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What Is Energy Education and How Do We Use It?

March 3, 2020
Energy conservation is an extremely important topic, and everyone--no matter their age--needs to be aware of how to conserve energy, why to conserve energy, and what the outcome of a successful conservation program will be. While it is true that adults are in charge of such things as paying the bills and other aspects of […]
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Ways to Save Energy in the Classroom

February 25, 2020
Looking for new ways to teach your class how to save energy at school? Watt Watchers can help! It is more important than ever before to protect our environment by conserving energy in any and every way we can. From our homes to our children’s schools, conservation efforts should be enacted to save valuable resources […]
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Celebrate Texas Independence Day

February 24, 2020
Watt Watchers is an energy efficiency program designed to help schools and families save energy and money. Over the decades, Texas school districts that participate in the Watt Watcher energy patrols have saved thousands (and, in some cases, hundreds of thousands) of dollars in energy costs each year. Celebrate Texas Independence Day with Watt Watchers Another […]
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Recycling Valentine’s Day Cards

February 13, 2020
Watt Watchers is an energy efficiency program designed to help schools and families save energy and money. Over the decades, Texas school districts that participate in the Watt Watcher energy patrols have saved thousands (and, in some cases, hundreds of thousands) of dollars in energy costs each year. Valentine’s Day Card Recycling Each year on February […]
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Renewable Energy Institute

January 27, 2020
On January 27, the Renewable Energy Institute will be taking place to cover areas like law, economics, technology, finance, tax, and regulatory policy.  This conference is aimed at industry participants, legal and financial advisors, and key legislative and regulatory policymakers and staff seeking to learn more about changes to energy laws. The way we are […]
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Celebrating James Watt

January 20, 2020
James Watt, a Scottish inventor, mechanical engineer, chemist, and creator of the Watt steam engine was born on January 19, 1736. A watt, the SI unit of power, equivalent to one joule per second, was named after James Watt. In addition, Watt’s contributions were fundamental to the Industrial Revolution around the world.  The Industrial Revolution […]
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