Energy Awareness Month

October has been the official month to focus on energy needs and energy consumption, and how to be more efficient about both, since a presidential proclamation in 1991. For more than 20 years, government organizations, businesses, associations, and concerned citizens have observed this month with activities and programs to promote public understanding of our energy needs and to reduce energy consumption in our everyday lives.

Check out our Smart House at the Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, or Susquehanna Energy Information Center to learn more about energy efficiency in your home.

October is a great time to get started on the path toward energy savings and PPL has a long history of helping customers take greater control over their electric use. Our E-Power energy efficiency programs provide tools, information and incentives to make an energy difference. With our Energy Analyzer, you can track power use in you own home and spot areas for saving. But being more energy-savvy and becoming more energy-efficient doesn’t have to be restricted to 31 days in the fall, it can be a year-round effort. Visit to find out more about E-Power, and for the Energy Analyzer.

PPL is also hosting the following free public programs at our preserves to celebrate Energy Awareness Month:

Lake Wallenpaupack: Clean and Renewable Hydro, featuring a tour of the dam.
Sat., Oct. 13 at 10 a.m.

Susquehanna Energy Information Center: Be Energy Smart
Saturday, Oct. 27 at 1 p.m.

Details about these energy programs, as well as all of our upcoming programs, can be found here.

Stay tuned this month for more tips and trivia for your energy IQ!

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