WattzOn Program

There is this program I am interning for called WattzOn. The program is under the umbrella term for the Capacity Project, who works with the city of Livermore and Chevron. The goal of this program is for residents and local businesses to save energy and money while increasing local economic development. So.... if your interested in reducing your home energy consumption and SAVING MONEY!!! visitLivermore.WattzOn.com and join the Live More, Save More energy efficiency program! Not only will you be given recommendations by an energy consultant to reduce your PG&E bill but if you sign up and save 5% on your energy bill, you can also win up to a $100 gift card to Livermore Downtown 
Signing up is very simple, just log on to Livermore.WattzOn.com, answer a few simple questions about your business or resident, and have an online PG&E account. Once done, PG&E will sync your bill to the WattzOn website and an energy consultant will help you become on of the most energy efficient homes. 
Not only will they make recommendations via email, they also have kiosk appointments at the Civic Center and Rincon Libraries, where they can print out and show you where you are using the highest amount of energy. 
So if you have any questions or concerns or even if you're interested, please contact me and sign up!

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Bing Bing August 16, 2013 at 09:27 PM
Awesome.... I might just sign up please give more information about the program :)


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