It’s Energy Action Month, and you’re probably aware that the efficient use of energy is critical to the Marine Corps’ mission. But good energy habits are not just important for the Marine Corps – they also impact families both on and off base. When it comes to energy, today’s decisions can impact the future, so understanding the importance of being energy efficient at home, work, and school throughout the year is critical. It can also be fun!
Round up your family and try these fun, energy-saving activities:
Continue to make Energy Action Month a success by getting involved on your base and at home. For even more ways to save year-round, check out these tips for saving fuel, conserving water, and using less energy at home. Also, listen to what Marine Corps leaders form your region have to say about energy and its impact on the Marine Corps’ mission.
For more information on how to reduce your household expenses, including energy bills, contact the Personal Financial Management Program.
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