Green Energy

Interested in living a more eco-friendly lifestyle? Want to make changes in your home toward green energy? We’ve got green energy resources to get you started. Learn the benefits of programmable thermostats and how shade landscaping can save on energy costs. Want to know about how solar energy works? We can help there too. If it’s green energy information you want, we’ve got it!

Where to charge your electric car

Where to Charge Your Electric Car

The fast-growing popularity of electric cars is driving demand for public EV car charging stations. They’re not as common today as gas stations, but that could change in the coming years.

Your guide to buying an energy-efficient home

A Guide to Buying an Energy-Efficient Home

If you’re thinking of buying real estate, consider buying an energy-efficient home. You could reduce your monthly utility costs by as much as 30 percent.

When is the best time to water your garden

When is the Best Time to Water a Garden to Conserve Water?

Figuring out the best time of day to water your garden involves several factors. You’ll want to start by thinking about the growth cycles of the plants in your garden.

Electric car charging at home: your frequently asked questions answered

Electric Car Charging at Home: Your Frequently Asked Questions, Answered

Charging an electric car at home is convenient. Installing an electric vehicle charging point may do more than just make your life easier.

What is the Difference Between Wind Power and Solar Energy?

Wind Power or Solar Energy: What’s the Better Choice?

Looking into renewable energy for your home? Before making the switch, it’s important to consider all the options that are available to you.

The differences between green energy, renewable energy and more

The Differences Between Green Energy, Renewable Energy and More

Fossil fuels, such as coal and natural gas, have been our country’s primary source of power for decades. However, the process of getting fossil fuels out of the ground and into your home creates pollution and damages ecosystems.

Lesson Plan: Red Goes Green Movement

Lesson Plan: “Red Goes Green” Energy Conservation

Hey Phillies Phans – Join the ‘Red Goes Green’ movement by learning about energy conservation! This lesson aims to introduce students to energy saving behaviors and why it is important to save or conserve energy at home and even at the ballpark.

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Lesson Plan: Climate Change and Energy Conservation

Lesson Plan: Climate Change & Energy Conservation

This lesson will help students and families consider their use of energy in all parts of their daily lives and how energy consumption can contribute to a climate conundrum. From powering cars and devices, to providing the “stuff” we use throughout our day, energy consumption is a major contributor to the emissions of carbon dioxide

Lesson Plan: Water Conservation and Water Heating

Lesson Plan: Water Conservation

The amount of water you use in your household can have a big impact on the total amount of energy used by your home. Heating water for showers, baths, laundry and dishes accounts for more than 15 percent of a home’s utility expenses.

Lesson Plan: Hydropower

Lesson Plan: Hydropower

Water can be a very powerful, clean source of energy. Water has been used for centuries to carry cargo, grind grain, and you guessed it, generate electricity, otherwise known as hydropower!

Lesson Plan: Biomass

Lesson Plan: Biomass

This lesson aims to introduce students to one of our earliest forms of energy – biomass, which has been used to heat and cook for longer than most energy sources. How you ask – WOOD you care to make a guess?

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