Energy Stories

Meet Montgomery County's New Commercial Energy Program Manager

Hello Montgomery County and thank you for welcoming me to the Department of Environmental Protection! As the Commercial Energy Program Manager, I will be looking

Upgrading to a Smart Thermostat Can Help You Save This Winter—and All Year Long

For the average household, almost half of their annual energy cost goes to heating and cooling—more than $900 a year.* Being smart about how you

Winter is Coming: Prepare your building with this checklist

In commercial buildings, an ounce of foresight is often worth several thousand dollars worth of regret. As the weather gets colder, Aquicore reminds us of

LEDs and Libations

What is LEDs and Libations? For the last two years, we have been partnering with various organizations and businesses to make sure we are meeting

#GiftGreener: Give Lower Utility Bills

It’s the season for splurging on the latest and greatest electronics. While shopping for tech and gadgets this holiday, think about purchasing devices that help

Free Online Training: Re-Tuning Commercial Buildings

According to ENERGY STAR, building owners can save 5 – 20% annually on their energy bills by implementing operations and maintenance best practices. However, with

Call for Proposals now open for the 2020 Montgomery County Energy Summit

The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and the Montgomery County Committee of USGBC National Capital Region invite proposals for educational presentations at the 2020

Calling all Educators for Energizing Student Potential's 3rd Year

What is ESP? Pepco and the Exelon Foundation, in partnership with the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project and Montgomery County Public Schools, launched Energizing Student

Start Preparing Your Furnace for Winter

Winter in the D.C. area can bring cold and unpredictable weather. Is your furnace prepared to keep you warm this year? Fall is a great

Check out the Energy Roadshow!

The Energy Roadshow is your one stop event for all things energy related in the County. It is an open house setting and residents will
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