Neighbor to Neighbor Lighting Program Launch - EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Neighbor to Neighbor Lighting is part of the larger Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge. The initiative is a free and simple first step for homeowners and renters who want to reduce their energy consumption.

Neighbor to Neighbor Lighting is part of the larger Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge.


The initiative is a free and simple first step for homeowners and renters who want to reduce their energy consumption.

Just sign up for a visit with the Neighbor to Neighbor Clean Energy Corps, and we'll come by to provide a lighting consultation and energy efficient light bulb replacements in your home - all for free!

Our Neighbor to Neighbor Clean Energy Corps is made up of a team of 10 recent college graduates working with Connecticut residents to reduce their energy waste. The Clean Energy Corps recently received residential lighting certificates after completing a rigorous training course from the Lighting Research Center at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

The program is available for a limited-time: only the first 2,000 homeowners and renters in eligible Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge towns will be able to participate. One of the first 250 homeowners and renters to sign up for Neighbor to Neighbor Lighting will be selected to receive a special prize - a personal consultation from Seth Leitman, a leading lighting expert and featured speaker at the launch event, and the Neighbor to Neighbor Clean Energy Corps.

For the video, please visit the link to the green living guy website attached to this release.

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