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When you don’t have a fire going, be sure to close the damper to prevent warm air from escaping up the chimney, and make sure the damper seal is snug. ...

When you don’t have a fire going, be sure to close the damper to prevent warm air from escaping up the chimney, and make sure the damper seal is snug.

Reverse the direction of your ceiling fan blades so they run in a clockwise rotation. Making the switch will help push warm air down to keep your home more comfortable without having to crank up the heat. ...

Reverse the direction of your ceiling fan blades so they run in a clockwise rotation. Making the switch will help push warm air down to keep your home more comfortable without having to crank up the heat.

Upgrade your insulation to keep in the heat more effectively this winter. See if you or anyone you know qualifies for the free low-income Weatherization Assistance Program bit.ly/36FsdCM ...

Upgrade your insulation to keep in the heat more effectively this winter. See if you or anyone you know qualifies for the free low-income Weatherization Assistance Program http://bit.ly/36FsdCM

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How does it feel to have Michigan’s local energy providers in the national top 20 for energy efficiency & customer savings? Pretty darn good. RT if you agree! https://www.aceee.org/sites/default/files/pdfs/ACEEE_2020_UtilScrSht_Midwest_2.13%5B1%5D.pdf

Have you been following along with the Michigan energy policy discussion in 2020? Test your energy smarts by taking the AMP Michigan Energy Policy POP Quiz! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EnergyPolicyPOP?Member_ID=[Member_ID_value]

When you don’t have a fire going, close the damper to prevent warm air from going up the chimney & make sure the damper seal is snug #winterenergyefficiency

Reverse the direction of your ceiling fan blades so they run in a clockwise rotation. Making the switch will push warm air down to you #winterenergyefficiency

Upgrade your insulation to keep in the heat. See if you or anyone you know qualifies for the free low-income Weatherization Assistance Program #winterenergyefficiency https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-8319_9585-21851--,00.html

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