JACKSON, Wyo. — Energy Conservation Works of Jackson Hole is leading Week 3 of Quaran-Green, a six-week green challenge for businesses during the COVID-19 shutdown, as the topic expert on this week’s theme: Energy.
ECW has issued a list of four challenges for businesses that have moved from an office setting to a work-at-home setting.
- Challenge 1: Look into purchasing green power or have LVE send you a report.
- Challenge 2: Set back your thermostats and unplug appliances not being used during the closure.
- Challenge 3: Working from home? Do a walk through and perform energy-saving maintenance, such as caulking windows, switching to LED bulbs and unplugging unused appliances.
- Challenge 4: Apply for an energy audit (residential or commercial) with Lower Valley Energy.
Share your accomplishments on social media by tagging #quarangreenjh.
Over the coming weeks, the Quaran-Green challenge will focus on additional aspects of sustainability and include basic steps that any size or type of organization can undertake.
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Jackson Hole’s RRR Business Leaders presents Quaran-Green: A green challenge for businesses during the nation-wide shutdown.
Beginning March 30, the project includes six weeks of recommendations, resources, and examples, provided by the RRR Business Leaders Program, to help get those green projects you’ve always wanted to start underway! Each week will focus on a different aspect of sustainability and include basic steps that any size or type of organization can undertake.