The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands' Department of Public Works, through the Energy Division, recently held the 2018 Tinian Energy Awareness Campaign on April 21, which provided residents with tips on how to conserve energy at homes and save money using efficient products that carry the ENERGY STAR label.
Through the Energy, Education, Efficiency and Conservation Program, DPW will be distributing six LED light bulbs at the Tinian Youth Center. Items will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis and while supplies lasts.
This event will provide the residential community tips on how to conserve energy at homes and how to save money using efficient products that carry the Energy Star label and educate the community on the importance of energy conservation.
This promotion is only available to residential consumers who must provide the most recent utility billing and valid identification. Residents must be present to avail of this promotion. If an account holder is unable to make it, he/she must provide an authorization letter, the authorized individual cannot be a person who is also receiving for themselves. Residents whose landlord is on a utility billing must also provide the lease agreement.
For questions or information regarding this promotion, contact Maile Iakopo at 664-4480/4.
Funding opportunity for this project is possible through a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy—State Energy Program. (PR)