Widespread school closures in response to the spread of COVID-19 means many kids across Michigan are now learning from home. Check out the energy games and activities below to give your young ones something fun to do while they learn more about our energy system.
Find ways to use water wisely! Turning down your water heater to 120 degrees F can save 550 pounds of CO2 emissions per year and using a low-flow shower head can save another 350 pounds of CO2 per year.
It’s #CareersInEnergyWeek! Learn about the job opportunities available for Michiganders as local energy companies and educators statewide host panel discussions, an online energy job fair, and more. Visit http://CareersInEnergyMichigan.com for more info. #GetIntoEnergyMichigan
Michigan’s local energy providers are working with communities and local leaders to be #MICleanEnergyLeaders. Supporting smart initiatives can help create clean energy solutions that work for all Michiganders. Share our new video to show your support! https://bit.ly/2ItxZh8
Michigan’s local energy providers are leading the way to be #MICleanEnergyLeaders. They’re working to shut down coal plants, transitioning to natural gas, and investing in renewable energy. Learn more at https://bit.ly/2ItxZh8 and share our video to help get the word out!
Stay warmer as the temperatures drop by grabbing an extra layer of clothing or a blanket instead of cranking up the heat. That way you can save electricity, lower energy costs, and help Michigan continue to reduce carbon emissions.