Kick Off Energy Savings this Super Bowl Sunday

Get ready for the big game with these tips for making your celebration energy efficient:

  • Turn down the heat. Extra bodies (and team spirit!) will heat your home.
  • Use small appliances like slow cookers to make and keep your dips warm. Small appliances use less energy than electric ovens.
  • Focus your energy on the game and turn off lights and electronics in the rest of your home.
  • Make cleanup a breeze by washing only full loads of dishes in the dishwasher. Energy-efficient dishwashers use less energy than washing by hand.

Need an easy, energy-efficient appetizer? Throw the following into your slow cooker for two hours:

  • 2-pound bag of fully cooked frozen meatballs
  • 2 cups grape jelly
  • 2 cups BBQ sauce

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Erica Shiflet
Communications Leader