Today, the Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative (SECC) released its latest educational resource, the Ways to Save on Energy Toolkit, a series of visually appealing fact sheets with accompanying social media images designed to help residential customers start saving money on their monthly electric bills.
The new fact sheets are geared toward three groups of consumers: renters, low- and moderate-income consumers and tech-savvy early adopters. The tips included in the fact sheets range from traditional energy-efficient measures, such as weatherization and installing LED lighting, to smart energy strategies, including using a smart power strip and enrolling in a dynamic rate plan.
Download the toolkit now and share with your customers to help them discover new ways and trusted strategies for saving money on energy.
The library of social media images (with suggested copy) is limited to SECC members only on request. To access these images or for other communications needs, members are invited to contact Communications Manager Jonathan Field or Director of Operations Greg Schwartz.