Energy Stories

P.O.W.E.R. Students are Teaching Energy Express Virtually this Summer!

In 2017, the Peer Outreach With Energy Resources (P.O.W.E.R.) internship was co-founded by Ms. Larissa Johnson, the Residential Energy Program Manager of the MoCo DEP,

Rockville and Takoma Park Join National Clean Energy Challenge

    Courtesy post for our partners at the City of Takoma Park, the City of Rockville, and the Sustainable States Network.   Rockville and

Profiles in Energy: Montgomery College's Building Operation During Covid-19

The Department of Environmental Protection spoke to the Energy Management Team at Montgomery College to learn about their efforts to adapt campus operations and building

Partners in Energy: Bryan Bomer, Green Building Manager with DPS

At DEP, we truly believe that our partners are key to making Montgomery County as green as it can be. This series profiles a local

Summer Energy Tips from Washington Gas

COVID19 has forced a new way of life upon many of us with working from home, becoming the new reality for many. People are using

Have you heard of the Buy Nothing Project?

The Buy Nothing Project allows people and communities to narrow the single-use materials or stuff that have never been used to other working hands, through

Clean Energy is Here to Stay

More and more people realize the environmental benefits of renewable energy, which produces no fossil fuel emissions. In the past, switching to clean energy sources

Energy BINGO

This Earth Month, we are excited to host Online Energy BINGO, and we have awesome prizes to give away! To be eligible, you must either

DEP Live! #EarthDay2020

  Thank you for joining us for DEP's biggest virtual event! On April 22nd we hosted an all-day live stream event to celebrate the 50th

Energy Tips for Teleworking

During these unprecedented times, many of us are now working from home - and usually with kids in tow which means that we are using
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