Energy Stories

Neighborhood Sun Helps Bring Energy Equity to Montgomery County

While soaking up the sun may still be free, solar panels are far from it. Due to barriers like up-front costs, location requirements, and homeownership

15 Energy-Saving Tips for Homeowners

This article was first posted by Brookfield Residential. They are committed to building energy-efficient homes. Read more about our sustainability efforts, and if you are

The 4th Year of P.O.W.E.R. Is Underway

Last month, sixteen high schoolers signed on to a Zoom session to kick off the fourth year of P.O.W.E.R: Peer Outreach With Energy Resources. Some

My First Year with Solar PV

Since it’s a year this month that our solar photovoltaic (PV) system got turned on, I thought it would be good for me to share

Don't Flush Your Money Down the 🚽

Don’t flush away your money! Install a Toilet Tank Bank and start saving today! Did you know that 27% of all household water consumption is

Introducing the Youth Energy Stars Program!

Montgomery Energy Connection is excited to launch our Youth Energy Stars Program! We’ve created this kid-friendly program featuring the furry and friendly Energy Stars who

Electric Lawn Equipment--Consider "Corded" options!

Going electric with your yard care? Consider corded equipment! Why Should I Transition to Electric Lawn Equipment? Gas powered lawn and garden equipment are a

Lighten Up: Lemons & LEDs

What is Lighten Up? This new initiative as part of Montgomery Energy Connection is an opportunity for residents to exchange their old incandescent and compact

Energy Action Month 2021 - Balloons Soar, Your Utility Bills Shouldn't

What do hot air balloons and incandescent bulbs have in common? They are similar in shape and both produce/use heat. According to Wikipedia, "a hot-air balloon is a

Common Plumbing Issues and How to Fix Them

When you are dealing with any plumbing problems, it is ideal that you handle the matter as quickly as you possibly can. While there is
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