It doesn’t take much to make your daily routine more eco-friendly. You can take shorter showers, bicycle to work, or even aridize your lawn. But, with the government cutting the EPA’s budget by 23 percent, Scott Pruitt trying to define what science is, and all the other awful things that Pruitt’s EPA has done, deciding to turn the shower off while you shampoo might not feel especially significant.
While voting is your best bet for passing more pro-environment policies, there’s still plenty you can do to have a sizeable green impact at home. For instance, Arcadia Power is a service that helps people make better home energy choices by providing easier access to clean energy sources in their area. Arcadia users have already helped avert more than 320,000 tons of CO2 to-date, while shaving a few dollars off their electric bills.
Beyond this foundational service, Arcadia Power also helps you increase your savings with Community Solar, home efficiency tips, and a price alerts program that helps you leverage the buying power of other members in your area to secure you exclusive discounted electricity supply deals. Many members have saved as much as 30 percent per year.
If you want to see what Arcadia Power can do for you, start by checking out what programs are available in your area.
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