NEVADA – Local governments and organizations across the state are celebrating National Energy Efficiency Day on October 5, 2018. On Energy Efficiency Day, everybody is urged to take a deeper look at their energy consumption and implement energy-saving options where possible. Cities, counties, and clean energy advocates will also recognize the strides already taken with energy efficiency initiatives. Nevada strives to be a clean energy trailblazer, but it is equally important to lead when it comes to conserving energy.

WHATNational Energy Efficiency Day 2018

WHO:  

Clean Energy Advocacy Groups:

Caring, Helping & Restoring Lives

Chispa Nevada

Faith Organizing Alliance

Institute for a Progressive Nevada

League of Women Voters of Nevada

Nevada Beyond Coal Campaign  

Nevada Conservation League

Sierra Club Toiyabe Chapter

Southwest Energy Efficiency Project

Uplift Foundation of Nevada

Cities:

Carson City

City of North Las Vegas

City of Reno

City of Henderson

Counties: Clark County

WHEN: Activities in specific cities and counties will be happening throughout the day on Friday. Carson City will be issuing its proclamation early, during its Thursday Oct 4 Board of Supervisors meeting. Social media action will take place all day, you can follow using the hashtags #EEDay18 and #RenewNV


WHERE
: Statewide & on social media