Energy Stories

Montgomery County officially declares April as Earth Month!

Before the Montgomery Council session on Tuesday, April 18th, Council President Roger Berliner announced a countywide proclamation that declared April as Earth Month. In attendance

Recap of the 4th Annual Montgomery County Energy Summit

On Wednesday, April 5th, 240 attendees convened for the fourth annual Montgomery County Energy Summit. The Energy Summit is an annual, must-attend event for County

Go dark for Earth Hour

Earth Hour is a movement to unite people around the world to making positive changes for the environment. By turning off lights and electronics for

Your "green" spring to-do list!

From the spring peepers calling to the daffodils in bloom, the earliest signs of the spring are all around us! With spring right around the

Celebrating the success of the first Countywide solar co-op

In MD SUN's first attempt at creating a county-wide solar co-op, the Montgomery County Solar Co-op made history. It is the largest single co-op in

Behind the scenes of a Quick Home Energy Check-up

Are you looking for quick, easy, no-cost ways to save energy in your home? A Quick Home Energy Check-up (QHEC) is your answer. Cabin John

Energy Summit 2017 registration now open

We're back again with the 4th annual Montgomery County Energy Summit 2017 at the Silver Spring Civic Building! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 5th,

For renters, sustainability can be simple too

With so many sustainability programs targeted towards property owners and homeowners, it often seem that renters get left out. Renters are just as "green" as owners

Green Impact Campaign: A win-win for students and small business

The Green Impact Campaign truly lives up to its name. The DC-based nonprofit provides students with training and tools to conduct free energy efficiency assessments

Introducing the County's Residential Energy Program!

The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection has a new Residential Energy Program and a new program manager to go along with it, Larissa Johnson!
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