The “Energy Capital of the World” will continue its progress toward becoming the “Energy Conservation Capital” by turning off the lights the nights of Thursday, April 24 – Sunday, April 27, 2014. LightsOut Houston started in 2008 as a citywide commitment to energy efficiency by commercial building owners and their tenants, and has evolved into a partnership among the City of Houston and Harris County.
The goal of the program has expanded to establish a sustained reduction in the use of non-essential electricity by all buildings throughout the greater Houston area. Participants are asked to sign a pledge now, making your commitment to energy conservation. Visit www.lightsouthouston.com for more information about the challenge.
To learn more about the City of Houston’s sustainability efforts, visit www.greenhoustontx.gov/ and www.codegreenhouston.org/.
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