Welcome to the Energy Education CouncilThe Energy Education Council is committed to the education and empowerment of energy consumers, with the goal of enhancing lives by promoting the efficient and safe use of energy. We value collaboration, relationships, and partner input in the continuing effort to create broad safety and efficiency knowledge.
Harvest is a busy time of year, and it is important to look up and look out for overhead power lines. Keep yourself and equipment at least 10 feet away from power lines at all times. Get more information.
Electric fires are more destructive than any other type of fire. Flickering lights, warms outlets, and blowing fuses are signs of electrical issues. Consider getting an electric inspection of your home to help prevent a fire. Get more information.
October is Energy Action Month. Save energy and money by stopping energy vampires. Appliances and electronics in your home may use energy even when off. To save, unplug these items when not in use. Get more information.