Energy meters available free to Alaskans thanks to Anchorage Eagle Scout 

From the Anchorage Daily News’ Debra McKinney: Thanks to 15-year-old Garrison Wilts, planet-unfriendly appliances lurking about the state can be exposed for the energy-sucking clunkers they are. Wilts, a South High School sophomore working his way toward Eagle Scout, is the driving force behind donations to local libraries of 65 gizmos that calculate how much energy household appliances use. Alaskans can check them out of the library like a book and use this information to reduce their energy consumption and electric bills. Read more

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