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OceanBased Perpetual Energy Is All About National Energy Efficiency Day October 7, 2020

National Energy Efficiency Day

OceanBased Perpetual Energy, which is working to create clean energy just by using the powerful force of the Gulf Stream current just offshore near South Florida, is celebrating National Energy Efficiency Day on October 7, 2020!

Because power generated by OceanBased creates renewable energy for a full 24 hours, it’s not only one of the most efficient forms of energy on earth, but can help fill the energy storage gaps in the traditional power grid that ebbs and flows during the day, making it a truly unique alternative fuel source derived solely from Mother Nature!

Energy Efficiency Day (the first Wednesday in October – this year scheduled for October 7, 2020)  is a collaborative effort of dozens of energy efficiency advocacy groups around the United States, including the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), Advanced Energy EconomyAlliance to Save EnergyNatural Resources Defense Council, the Regional Energy Efficiency Organizations and many others (see full list below).

The Energy Efficiency Day message is simple: “Save Money. Cut Pollution. Create Jobs.” Since the inaugural Energy Efficiency Day in 2016, this annual awareness event has been supported by hundreds of prominent organizations, companies, government agencies and others. Our goal is to share tips, tools and stories that promote the multiple benefits of energy efficiency, from lower costs to healthier homes. Energy efficiency is the cheapest, quickest way to meet our energy needs, cut consumer bills and reduce pollution. Energy efficiency is also an economic engine, supporting more than 2.4 million jobs nationwide in manufacturing, construction and other fields – most of which can’t be outsourced overseas.

We hope you’ll share your own energy efficiency success stories on October 7.  Please remember to use the hashtag #EEDay2020 on all your online posts!

Here’s a comprehensive list of Energy Efficiency Day’s organizers:

Join the #Webinar October 7–Energy Efficiency in the Time of COVID-19: How It Supports Recovery

Wed, Oct. 7, 2020 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EDT)

Register here:

In a rapid-fire roundtable format, experts and policy leaders highlight the many benefits of energy efficiency, including how the sector can help put people back to work, drive economic recovery, reduce pollution, and alleviate the energy burdens of those most affected by the COVID-19 recession.  The panel will also take audience questions.
This event coincides with the 5th Annual National Energy Efficiency Day, a virtual social media event that has attracted nearly 700 supporting organizations, and last year earned dozens of state, local and a U.S. Senate proclamation, hundreds of media stories and reached an audience of 11.5 million.
Steve Nadel is the executive director of ACEEE. He will speak about the need for building retrofits, especially weatherization upgrades for low-income communities and the value of strong building codes and performance standards.
Clay Nesler is the interim president of the Alliance to Save Energy. He will speak on energy efficiency strategies for corporate sustainability and opportunities for efficiency in the post-COVID new normal.
Khalil Shahyd is NRDC’s senior policy advocate for the Energy Efficiency for All project. He will speak about why efficiency is needed more than ever in under-resourced communities, and what needs to come next – including the questions of how efficiency can help reduce utility shut-offs and evictions.
Pat Stanton is E4TheFuture’s director of policy, an award-winning expert in regulatory policy analysis and advocacy.  She will discuss how the pandemic has affected the EE workforce.
Monique Hanis, senior director for the Advanced Energy Economy, a national business group dedicated to ensuring America’s energy is secure, clean, and affordable.