Happy Earth Day! Did you know that today marks the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day? That just means that this is the perfect time to begin taking steps to help make the environment a better one. Here are a few “Acts of Green” for you and your family to do today and start incorporating
We’re pretty pumped that it’s Friday. What about you? We’re one week closer to summer, and that’s definitely something to be excited about. We hope as you start planning your summer vacations, you’ll keep being green top of mind! This week we shared some great updates about some of our corporate responsibility programs. On Monday,
It’s National Stress Awareness Month. Did you know that 77 percent of people in the United States experience physical symptoms caused by stress? Stress can largely impact your health and quality of life. Here are a few ways to minimize stress in a completely eco-friendly way! Start a garden! Gardening is a relaxing activity that’ll
As result of an innovative program between the Pittsburgh Promise and Direct Energy, the organization is receiving a $7,433.10 donation. For each new customer in the Promise community that signed on with Direct Energy, Direct Energy gave a portion back. The 1,000+ families that enrolled in the program were given a special electricity rate that
Direct Energy recently announced Harrisburg’s second annual Volunteer Citizen of the Year and introduced the program for Central Central Illinois. Second Annual Harrisburg Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award Direct Energy, PennLive and The Patriot-News of PA Media Group are honoring Paul Garrett of Camp Hill, PA as Harrisburg’s second annual Volunteer Citizen of the Year.
TGIF! We’re pretty excited about the weekend, spring has sprung here in Houston and we’re looking forward to enjoying the sunshine outdoors. What do you have in store for this weekend? How about a trip to your local farmers market, or a bike ride to the park? This week we gave you some pretty handy
How green is your lawn? Nobody wants to be the house on the street with brown grass. However, it’s important to look closely at what you’re doing to maintain your lawn and how your actions affect the environment. Learn how to reduce your use outdoors by making some of these simple adjustments. Choose your pesticides