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LED Retrofit Enlightens Erie Community

The Benedictine Sisters of Erie are well-known regionally for their community activism on important issues. They are rooted in a 1,500-year religious tradition founded by Saint Benedict, who promoted the sharing of goods and caring of the earth. Fast forward to 2016, and the Sisters have stepped up to address climate change in the Erie […]

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Renewable Energy Generation in the Race to Zero Energy

The third “The Race to Zero Energy” Series session was held at PITT OHIO in the Strip District on July 21. Suitably, this session’s topic was renewable energy, and experts presented on solar, wind, and geothermal energy generation. We heard how these technologies can tie into the grid via net metering, and about how renewable energy is being used at Chatham […]

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Industrial Opt-Out Bill Poses Risk to Energy Efficiency Programs Across PA

Senate Bill 805 would allow large industrial customers to circumvent the collaborative stakeholder process built into Act 129 and opt out of our statewide energy savings program. Their actions could have cascading impacts beyond their own rate class that will negatively affect the availability of rebates and affordable energy for all Pennsylvania ratepayers. Senate Bill […]

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