Energy efficiency is as important to financial bottom lines as it is to helping the environment. Utility costs are the largest unfixed expense for most businesses, including nonprofit organizations. When
This spring, the County’s Residential Energy Program has partnered with local congregations for the Let There Be Light, Bulb Exchange. This is a collaborative effort between Pepco, Potomac Edison, DEP, and
Eleven congregations and 72 Montgomery County residents came together on Sunday, February 10, to discuss how the faith-based community can play a role in improving local watersheds. The forum, “Greening
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