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Project Porchlight

Project Porchlight is an award-winning campaign of the international grassroots not-for-profit group One Change. The campaign's objective is to empower people to believe that simple actions matter and to make smart choices that protect the environment by handing out free, ENERGY STAR CFL bulbs to residents across North America. In total, more than 80 communities across the state of New Jersey have participated in Project Porchlight, and close to 900 volunteers from 115 community groups directly contributed to the campaign by delivering 275,000 free, ENERGY STAR qualified CFLs to households in their communities. Thanks to sponsors the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and New Jersey's Clean Energy Program, volunteers from all walks of life are slated to deliver another 800,000 CFL bulbs across New Jersey throughout 2009, which will save millions of dollars in energy costs and will prevent several hundreds of thousand greenhouse gas emissions from being released into the air.

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2014-2015 Savings Breakdown

Greenhouse Gas Emissions: 0 lbs
Individuals: 0
Dollars: $0
kWh: 0
BTUs: 0

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2013 Archived Campaign Success

Results for Change the World Campaign 2014-2015
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 0
Dollars $0
kWh 0
BTUs 0
Results for Change the World Campaign 2013-2014
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 0
Dollars $0
kWh 0
BTUs 0
Results for Change the World Campaign 2012-2013
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 0
Dollars $0
kWh 0
BTUs 0
Results for Change the World Campaign 2011-2012
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 0
Dollars $0
kWh 0
BTUs 0
Results for Change the World Campaign 2010-2011
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 104,889
Dollars $8,459
kWh 57,881
BTUs 126,627,248
Results for Change the World Campaign 2009-2010
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 24,181,664
Dollars $1,753,498
kWh 15,392,215
BTUs 4,596,359,208
Results for Change the World Campaign 2008-2009
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 15,007,363
Dollars $1,069,234
kWh 9,755,380
BTUs 209,867,616