As part of the Make an Impact program, which encourages employees to take action to save energy, save money and save the planet, Alcoa Foundation and the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions have created an exciting new resource: the Energy Efficiency Toolkit.
The Make an Impact (MAI) program received a warm welcome August 7 at Alcoa Howmet in Dover, New Jersey, where about 800 employees were introduced to tips on how they can save energy at home, and save money in the process.
Winter can be a busy time of year, with clean-up chores, getting the kids settled in school and the holidays fast approaching. If you can add just a couple of energy-saving activities to your winter to-do list, chances are it will pay off big for you and your family…and the environment, too.
It was not just another day at the office. On September 22, about 15 employees, friends and family gathered at Felder Farm to get down and dirty, hand-tilling soil, transplanting seedlings, planting peas, weeding carrots, harvesting eggplant and tomatoes, and more.
The Make an Impact (MAI) program received a warm welcome Aug. 7 at Alcoa Howmet in Dover, New Jersey, where about 800 employees were introduced to tips on how they can save energy at home, and save money in the process.
With summer temperatures across the United States breaking historic records, air conditioners are working overtime from coast to coast. But running the A-C doesn’t have to mean spending a lot of C-A-S-H. By following a few simple tips, you can lower your air conditioning costs this summer.
Do you wash your clothes in cold water? Turn off the lights when you’re not using them? Take 5-minute showers? Alcoans at two Alcoa Fastening Systems (AFS) facilities – Fullerton and Torrance Operations – learned that by answering yes to those questions they can reduce their home energy use and save money in the process.
In conjunction with its participation in the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative America meeting in early June, C2ES made a commitment to double the scope and reach of its Make an Impact program in the coming year.
Citi and the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) today announced a new partnership to raise awareness and mobilize action on energy and climate issues in communities throughout the United States and globally.