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Every time a light, a computer, or a motor is turned on, a power plant consumes fuel to generate energy. When fossil fuels are burned to produce electricity, pollutants are released into the atmosphere, affecting climate change and increasing smog and acid rain. If you lower your demand for energy, your business helps reduce the amount of energy generated and that means less pollution. The easiest way for small businesses to cut their energy use and save money is to join EPA’s ENERGY STAR for small business program.
ENERGY STAR for small business is an EPA program designed by and for small businesses and their advocates to increase their competitiveness through energy-efficiency. With more than 21 million American small businesses, the money saved and pollution prevented can be tremendous, and the success stories are rolling in.
See how small businesses are saving money and the planet with energy efficiency.
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