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Cleantech News Ed Begley Jr. Energy Efficiency Tip #1 (VIDEO)

Published on July 10th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

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Ed Begley Jr. Energy Efficiency Tip #1 (VIDEO)

July 10th, 2012 by  

 
Apparently, Ed Begley Jr. is now an Energy Upgrade CA in LA County spokesperson and is making a number of videos on energy efficiency tips. Below is the first, on cutting the vampire power and switching to energy-efficient light bulbs. I like this great line from the video: “all these accessories constantly take from you, giving you nothing in return” (when plugged in but not in use).

 
 
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  • http://twitter.com/FutureDash FutureDash

    Here’s a product from  LA area (actually OC) startup FutureDash that can help you figure out your vampire power and much more about your energy use:
    http://www.indiegogo.com/EnergyBuddy?a=697417

  • Dcohen

    I think Energy Upgrade California is a great way for LA County residents to make their homes more energy efficient, healthier, and more comfortable.  Homeowners can get up to $8000 in rebates and incentives to help them achieve savings of over 40%.  That’s really an amazing way to do your part.  www.energyupgradeCA.org/LACounty

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