Making choices that save energy -- in your home, business or community -- can have a positive impact on the environment while also saving you money. In this section of our website, CCE-Tompkins has compiled resources that can help you learn about ways you can reduce energy consumption and use energy resources more efficiently.
For more basic information on what energy is, where it comes from, and how we use it visit: Energy Explained (US Energy Information Administration).
Learn about your options in this FREE program on June 12th at 11AM, "Being a Wise Consumer in the Utility Market".
Learn ways to lower your energy bills while improving your home's comfort and health, at this FREE workshop on Tuesday, March 31st in Dryden. Each participant goes home with 3 free CFL bulbs! Call today to sign up.
The Southern Tier Bulk Wood Pellet Infrastructure Boost Program aims to create the infrastructure to deliver pellets in bulk, as heating oil & propane are delivered.
Although small cracks around windows and doors contribute to air leakage, the biggest holes are often located in the attic, crawlspace, or basement.
Electrical equipment exposed to water can be very dangerous if re-energized without proper reconditioning or replacement. This 8-page booklet from NEMA provides guidelines for what you should do.
Are your windows drafty? Take time to assess the working conditions of your windows.
Last updated March 26, 2015