It is coming! That time of the year when temperatures skyrocket and take your electric bill with it! Now Energizer is helping you reduce your electric bill or helping you donate to a great cause!
For decades Energizer has supported organizations helping to make a positive impact in local communities and around the world. This spring as part of the Energizer campaign—that’s positivenergy—they’re “building” on that commitment in a new way through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity®. Working with baseball legend and philanthropist Cal Ripken, Jr., Energizer is donating more than $300,000 and 1,000 volunteer hours to Habitat through a multi-city series of volunteer projects to help build new homes and revitalize existing homes for those in need.
Here’s where you can get involved. With the rising cost of utilities, we can all use a little bit of help right? Especially if we have a really hot summer! So, beyond helping Habitat, Energizer is doing something to help us all out. In addition to the series of volunteer projects, you will see the Energizer and Habitat for Humanity partnership coming to the shelves of your favorite stores. Through the Energizer Utility Cash program, you can collect codes from select Energizer battery and lighting products and redeem them online for savings, up to $25 total savings each per person/household/email address, off your own utility bill. You start earning rewards with just two codes and will need 10 codes total to earn the full $25. Or you can help make a positive impact and choose to turn the codes into a donation to Habitat for Humanity®.
So, to break it down, this is super easy. Simply purchase the specially marked packages of Energizer batteries. Collect 10 of them and then – all at once – enter the codes on the Energizer’s website and you can earn $25! See the steps below!
1. Once you are finished collecting your codes, visit www.nowthatspositivenergy.com/
2. You must enter your codes all at once.
3. The last day to redeem codes is 3/31/13 at 11:59 p.m. ET
To get you started, Energizer is offering one (1) of my readers the chance to win two 4 pack packages of Energizer® MAX AA batteries! Simple click [continue reading] below for easy Rafflecopter entry:
Turn off the lights when leaving the room, use cold water to wash laundry, and don’t leave the water running when you brush your teeth!
Absolutely! I add turn those electronics off when not in use and unplug when possible!
Turn the lights off when not in the room.
Hang your clothes on the line.
Wash a FULL load of laundry in cold water. :)
turn off the water while brushing your teeth
unplug items that arent used all the time
turn off lights when you dont need them
turn off the lights and do not leave them on unless you need them
Turn the lights and tv off unless you need them on.
turn off the hot water
Replace your appliances with Energy Star appliances as they wear out
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Turn off lights and tvs when you are not in the room.
Turn off lights and electronics when not in use.
Open the windows and shades for air and light. We do not turn on lights until dusk, unless it’s raining.
unplug stuff if you’re not using it..
turn a/c up, turn lights off, open windows, unplug things not in use
turn off lights when leaving a room. it’s easy!
Don’t use A/C. In the winter, keep your house at 55 at night.
Put your computer to sleep rather than keeping it in full ready to go mode when not in use. I’ve read it uses a third of the energy as when it’s up and running.
turn off lights and open curtains!!
Drying clothes on the line!! If you throw them in the dryer to fluff them for 5-10 minutes after they dry on the line, it’s just like if you’d done them in the dryer the whole time and for a FRACTION of the price :)
I turn the lights off when I am not in the room!
Turn off the lights when leaving a room
turn the lights off and the air conditioner up
Turn off lights and tvs!
Turn the lights. computer and TV off unless you need them on.
turn off lights
Keep a full fridge.
Turn off the lights when not in use.
Unplug small appliances when not being used.
those swirly light bulbs & unplugging unused appliances/phone chargers
Turn off anything that isn’t being used….
I turn off anything that isnt being used…and keep the lights off in my house until dark.
Turn off anything that isn’t being used. Feels like repitition but it’s true!
unplug things when not in use and turn stuff off.
I turn off all things that are not in use. Light, coffee maker, tv, etc…
Unplug items when not in use
use power saving appliances and items
if your not going to use it shut it off!
We try to keep our heat and a/c turned down as much as possible.
I always wash my clothes in cold water. They get cleaner and I save energy.
Use extra blankets and turn down the heat at night.
turn off lights and use sunlight
by keeping the lights down and using energy saving bulbs keeping the heat set at a certain temp in the winter and in the summer keeping the air set at a certain temp without touching it thanks for this giveaway
I always turn lights off when I am not in the room
I turn off lights and turn the ac up when leaving for the day.We also only wash in cold water and line dry the clothes.
install a skylight to save on using light bulbs!
Using ceiling fans and closing the blinds to keep the house cooler without AC.
use candles when appliable
unplug things when not in use
only do full loads of dishes and clothes
anything plugged in can draw current, meaning phone chargers, fans, toasters, etc… so dont forget to unplug..
wow, I guess I should have read further before posting.. Im shocked out of all tips, these being so similar.. ok, …. So turn fans off when your not in the room. Put 2 tennis balls in the dryer when using it. You will naturally get softer clothes. This one is not really electricity related, but still can save $$.. Put a brick in the bottom of the tank in your toilet. It will take less water to fill it up and run shorter doing it.
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unplug appliances not in use