Summit Community Power Works is the non-profit organization that has been created to vie for the Georgetown University Energy Prize. SCPW seeks to educate, facilitate and incentivize the residents, students and local governments of Summit County to embrace energy efficiency and self – reliance, while creating a brighter environmental and economic legacy.
SCPW’s first community challenge is called the LED Switch. Have you changed out your incandescent and CFL light bulbs to LED? Did you know that LEDs are 80% more efficient than incandescent bulbs; saving you $ and energy every month? Make the LED Switch.
Every resident can participate and every one of us can make a difference. This is an opportunity to make a collective change for the better for generations to come. The community that wins the $5,000,000 will be the community that harnesses its collective power – let’s turn knowledge into action.
To learn more about making the LED switch, visit www.scpw.org. Follow SCPW on Facebook and Twitter. Contact Mary Christa Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 435-640-9189.