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 July 2014

   Ekalaka fifth graders score again in energy-efficiency competition
Southeast Electric Cooperative and Ekalaka Elementary School students team up to prove that ordinary households can save energy, even during a hard Montana winter.

  Learn “cool moves” to reduce air conditioning peak
Try these road-tested tips for reducing your cooling load and significantly lowering electricity bills for customers at little (or no!) cost to your program budget.

   Ask the Energy Experts: Reduce energy use in commercial bathrooms
Bathroom efficiency measures can have a positive effect on any business, especially facilities with large multiple bathrooms.

   Energy Star program adds clothes dryers
Utilities looking to expand their energy-efficiency programs to include new appliances now have the option of Energy Star-certified clothes dryers.


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Regional Energy Services Managers:

Lakewood, CO:
Ron Horstman
Billings, MT:
Georganne Myers
Folsom, CA:

Sandee Peebles
Loveland, CO:
Tim Ellis

Phoenix, AZ:
Audrey Colletti
Salt Lake City, UT:
Steve Mullen


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