If you’re among the hundreds of thousands of people around the Delaware Valley trying to cope without electricity, there are some steps you can take to deal with it.
Jeff Wilson, host of do-it-yourself shows on HGTV and an energy efficiency expert, says you’re going to want to seal up cracks to keep your cool air in and the yucky stuff out.
SEPTA officials are calling it a “first-in-the-world achievement” for public transit: several stations are now converting the kinetic braking power of trains into electricity.
More than 97,000 customers have signed on since the program began, not only because of the potential bill reduction but because of the additional $120 credit a participant receives over the course of the summer.
SEPTA is receiving two federal grants that will help the transit agency save energy dollars while adding to the bus fleet.
A leading installer of home energy saving solutions in Europe is launching new US operations, which will be headquartered in the former Philadelphia Navy Yard.