Energy Stories

DEP Travel Diaries: Energized in Costa Rica

In January 2019, our Residential Energy Program Manager, Larissa Johnson spent 15 days in Costa Rica, a country that (while she was there) was running

Energy and partnerships...what’s the connection?

This blog post was written by DEP's Residential Energy Program Manager, Larissa Johnson, and originally appeared on the BOOST Breakfast Club blog.  There’s something you

Apply for a County Community Grant to help in the fight against climate change

Nonprofit organizations with programs in the County that reduce greenhouse gas emissions or relate to climate change, environmental impact or sustainability are encouraged to apply

Montgomery Solar Co-op Second Year is a Success!

Success!! Montgomery County residents participated in our second County-wide Solar Co-op this year and it was a success again! Since the inception of the program, we

A look inside Montgomery College’s Biosciences Education Center

On November 1, 2018, the Montgomery County Committee of USGBC-National Capital Region organized a presentation and tour of Montgomery College’s Biosciences Education Center—an innovative and

What you should consider when adding battery storage

The following blog was reposted with permission from Solar United Neighbors: One of the most common questions we receive is “how can I add battery

Energizing Student Potential through partnerships

Pepco and the Exelon Foundation, in partnership with the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project, and Montgomery County Public Schools are in the second year

This holiday season, gift outside the box!

The act of giving is one of the best traditions of the holiday season. It builds bonds and shows your loved ones how you care

Promoting energy conservation and recycling at MCPS

Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) has a strong commitment to environmental sustainability that spans more than 40 years. Economic, social, and environmental considerations have been

Partners in Energy: Jordan Leonard

One person can make a difference and this series profiles a leader, advocate, or resident who is dedicated to improving energy efficiency and helping the
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