The cleanest, cheapest energy is the energy we don’t have to produce in the first place. That’s why supporting energy efficiency policies is so critical for protecting our planet and helping solve climate change.
A bipartisan group of state legislators have introduced a proposal to implement energy efficiency standards for a set of commonly used appliances in the state that are expected to reduce global warming pollution in Pennsylvania by an estimated 680,000 metric tons annually by 2040. This pollution reduction is equivalent to taking more than 150,000 cars off our roads each year.
Tell your state legislators to cosponsor this proposal for energy efficiency appliance standards in Pennsylvania, so we can reduce our energy consumption and fight climate change.