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Our mission is to respond to the global warming crisis by promoting energy efficiency, alternative energy, and environmental initiatives throughout the town of York, Maine.
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The Pyramid of Conservation

Solar panels and wind turbines are enticing, but energy experts insist that homeowners should first start with the most efficient and lower cost improvements.

This energy pyramid targets specific areas you can tackle based on cost and complexity, helping you prioritize. It identifies precise actions, areas of the home, and appliances to target and classifies them into 10 categories, with the easiest and least expensive on the bottom of the pyramid. Start at the bottom and work your way up the pyramid, as time and finances allow.

Conservation pyramid

The utility company Minnesota Power developed The Pyramid of CONSERVATION—residential version to help its electric customers conserve energy. If you go to the site and click on a topic in the pyramid, you can find more information to help you save energy and money.

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