Today kicks off Energy Awareness Month, and the VAEEC is ready to celebrate. Join us all month long to have fun, find new ways to save energy, and learn more about the many benefits of energy efficiency.
Win Big with #EEbingo
Get rewarded for energy efficient measures you have already implemented! Play along throughout October in our first ever game of Energy Awareness Bingo. Click the button below for the official guidelines, game cards, and simple, easy to implement tips to help you further reduce your energy consumption.
All winners will be entered into a raffle to win a virtual home energy audit from Viridiant. The winner will be announced at our free virtual Fall Forumon November 10th. Be sure to follow us on social media for winners and updates.
#EEDay2020 is October 7th. Join the growing network of advocates, businesses, utilities, government agencies, and others who will be showcasing the benefits of energy efficiency throughout this day. Nearly 700 organizations have signed up to date. Add your name to the list and receive a proclamation toolkit by visiting energyefficiencyday.org.
Join Us on Twitter
Hop onto Twitter on Wednesday, October 28th from 1:00-2:00 pm to see a live chat between the VAEEC and Virginia Energy Sense. Log on to get energy saving tips, learn about available incentives, and get recommendations from energy efficiency experts.
There has been a lot of talk around the role of buildings in keeping people safe during this pandemic. The VAEEC will soon release the first installment of a three part series highlighting VAEEC members who are using energy efficiency to combat the spread of COVID-19. We will also be discussing this topic during a session at our free virtual Fall Forum on November 10th.
Energy Efficiency in Action
We are rolling out a new video series spotlighting energy efficiency across Virginia. Each video focuses on a past winner of our Virginia Energy Efficiency Leadership Awards. Stay tuned to see how energy efficiency is making a difference at Henrico County's Varina Library, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, and the City of Virginia Beach's Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.