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#EEDAY2018

Friday, Oct 5, 2018

A growing network of advocates, companies, government agencies, utilities + others will showcase the benefits of energy efficiency during the 3rd annual nationwide Energy Efficiency Day

Campaign Goals
Show the positive impacts of energy efficiency; Offer concrete, effective ways to save energy & money; + Spotlight people, technologies, jobs, & more (customers, service providers, manufacturers);

How to Participate
Share messages via your personal and/or organization's online presence. For example: Use the campaign’s sample social posts and content (or your own) to direct visitors to tips on your own website. You’ll find everything you need here; Write and post a blog about your energy efficiency success story, tips, or content ahead of Oct. 5 (then promote it on EEDay). Issue your own press statement urging your audiences to save energy, and save money;

Promote your EE success stories during and after the campaign;

Help reach the media: pitch a story to a mainstream or trade publication – about what your business/organization is doing to improve energy efficiency + EE is a massive job-creating machine. See our report

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