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  • PACO Collective Stimulates ComEd's Energy Performance Discussion


    How does a utility company talk to its consumers about energy performance? Should they film a 30-second television area with their CEO speaking about the importance of how little changes in energy consumption can assist in saving money and the environment?

    This was the obstacle marketing company PACO Collective was tasked with solving when it started working with ComEd just recently on promoting its Home Savings efforts, a program which offers refunds to customers when they acquire energy-efficient devices, recycle old devices or install energy saving items. The solution: Let the appliances do the talking.


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  • Venezuela public employees use energy-saving Fridays for TV, shopping


    Bought off on Fridays to save energy in crisis-hit Venezuela, many public employees are merely cranking up devices in your home rather.

    Or rather than use utilizing their long weekends to unwind and go to the beach, they are baking under the sun in lines at purchase ever scarcer items in the diminishing economy.

    President Nicolas Maduro decreed a four-day work week for the majority of Venezuela's 2.8 million state employees throughout April and May to minimize consumption throughout a drought at the Guri dam, which serves two-thirds of nationwide power needs.


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  • Commission Approves $250 Million in Energy Effectiveness Funding for Low-Income Households Following Aliso Canyon Leak

  • The California Public Utilities Commission has authorized a huge financing increase in the deployment of energy effectiveness steps to low-income families in the Los Angeles area, a move created to help reduce the possible risk of blackouts from the Aliso Canyon natural gas leakage.

    As a result of the commission’s action, Southern California Gas and Southern California Edison can now use almost $250 million in previously unspent funds for steps that will cut bills and electricity and gas waste via the state’s Energy Savings Assistance Program (ESA). This remains in addition to the energies annual general program spending plans of about $88 million and $50 million respectively on .


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