Get Energized Iowa.org
2012 Community Energy Challenge
Dike * Hudson * Readlyn/Fairbank
Join your community neighbors to WIN this friendly challenge to reduce electric use!
What can you do to earn points:
Grumps Gone Green
* Take the survey
* Complete a Plan of Action for your home
* Install more CFL lights
* Get a weatherization audit/ Green Iowa Corps.
* Follow up on audit recommendations
Together, we can win it !
Local contacts:Readlyn Community Club , Louie Hartman 279-3293
| Dike Community Betterment Assn. ||Readlyn's Municipal Utility|
| Fairbank Economic Development Corporation||Butler County Rural Electric Coop|
| Hudson Chamber of Commerce/Municipal Utility||Iowa Assn.of Municipal Utilities|
| Readlyn Community Club||UNI Center for Energy & Invironmental Education|
| ||Iowa Policy Project|
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Jason Franck 319-961-5176 or Taylor Anderson 641-330-7214
or Get Energized Iowa.org
Drop off your surver at Readlyn Library, City Hall, or Readlyn Savings Bank.
Follow the link below the energized symbol to find out other information about the challenge
between the four towns involved.This should be a very interesting event and everybody will save energy and lower their
utility bills.Four Iowa communities are ready to show each other — and all Iowans — what they can achieve in energy efficiency.
Dike, Fairbank, Hudson and Readlyn have accepted the challenge, and it should be an exciting experiment.
An Iowa Policy Project (IPP) report in June 2011 set the stage for this project.
“You can almost hear the cheerleaders by the mailbox as you open your bill: ‘We can save energy better than you!’” said co-author Hadley Rapp at the
time of the release of the IPP report. Rapp examined energy-efficiency promotions that include competition among communities, or individual households.
“Competition is one way to draw involvement by many who might not otherwise think about their energy efficiency potential,” she said.
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