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Tennessee energy audit and free stuff

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It is not often that you get something good for next to nothing.  I live in Northeastern Tenn. and recently took a free online energy audit that my power co-op was sponsoring.  It took about 10 minutes of my time.  For my efforts today in the mail, I received a nice little package-inside the package was 2 cfl bulbs (compact florensent light bulbs) as well as

some new low water use aerators for the kitchen and bathroom sinks, and 6 outlet and 6 light switch foam covers, as well as some sort of whistle device that you install on your heater filter -it supposedly blows when the filter is 80% clogged.  For a few minutes of my time last month, I got this little package.  If you live in TENN, VA, NC, KY, and perhaps some other states maybe your energy co-op is doing something simular to what Holston Valley did for me.  I got my information by READING THE MONTHLY MAGAZINE published by the energy co-op.


Edited by bigbike4 - Fri, 21 Nov 2008 00:30:41 UTC
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Whoa - those are all great things to get a family started with conservation. I hadn't heard about that whistle idea, but it's brilliant. I know if my heater started whistling, that'd get me off my butt.

 

Thanks for letting us know about this, sounds like a great program.

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