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The Energy Education Council is committed to the education and empowerment of energy consumers, with the goal of enhancing lives by promoting the efficient and safe use of energy. We value collaboration, relationships, and partner input in the continuing effort to create broad safety and efficiency knowledge.

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metallic Don't let metallic balloons ruin Valentine's Day. If they fly away and make contact with a power line or a substation, power outages could occur. Keep these balloons tethered, and when it is time to dispose of them, puncture them to release all the helium.

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space heaters When the weather gets cold, space heaters are often used to stay warm. Just remember to use them safely. Keep them at least three feet away flammable material, and never leave them on unattended. Get more information.
safety EEC-Safe Electricity works to increase knowledge and enhance attitudes toward safety by putting a face on safety. Its "Safety on the Line" series features personal stories, like that of Gary Norland, who came into contact with 12,500 volts while on the job. He shares key insights on its impacts. Get more information.
Efficiency Take simple steps to warm your home this winter and lower heating costs at the same time. For example, use the sun's natural heat by opening curtains during sunny days. Get more information.

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