How to Keep Cool and Be Energy Efficient this Summer
by Kaymie Owen, CMP, Communications Manager
CNN is reporting that nearly 60 million people remain under a heat advisory or warning Tuesday, with scorching temperatures and humidity expected through the Fourth of July. Some places in the East may feel as hot as 100 to 110 degrees when taking into account the humidity and heat Tuesday, with advisories and warnings stretching from central Virginia to eastern Maine By Brandon Miller and Madison Park, CNN
Here are some video tips from the Maryland Energy Administration to help keep cool and save money with energy efficiency during the long summer months.
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