EPA Administrator to Kick Off "Change a Light" Campaign as Part of the Administration’s Commitment to Saving Energy
EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson today will kick-off the EPA’s annual “Energy Star Change a Light, Change the World Campaign.”
By every U.S. household replacing one incandescent light bulb at home with one that has earned the Energy Star label, the country would save $600 million in energy bills, save enough energy to light seven million homes, and prevent greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to one million cars.
WHAT: Launch of Energy Star Campaign
WHO: EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson
WHEN: TODAY, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 9 a.m.
WHERE: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center - Atrium Hall, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20004
Broadcast media should come 20 minutes in advance of the news conference to set up. Note to photographers and camera crews: “Change a Light” announcement includes a display of 100 traditional incandescent light fixtures and 100 equivalent-lumen Energy Star light fixtures. Behind the visual will be a plasma screen that is hooked up to a Watt Meter. Wild sound.
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