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Geisinger becomes the first member of Risant Health

Not too long ago, saving energy meant lowering the thermostat, taking shorter showers and trading in a gas guzzler for a more efficient ride.

Those are all still great strategies. But in the past 10 years, we’ve gained new, sometimes sneaky and painless ways to reduce energy use and save money.

For example, if you replace an aging appliance or heating or air conditioning system, it’s likely your new one will be much more energy efficient. In fact, many new appliances and systems pay for themselves in as little as 5 years. 

LED bulbs have also come a long way. If you’ve been fighting the switch from incandescent because you think LED light is harsh, don’t wait any longer. New bulbs are available in whites from “warm” to “cool,” so you can choose the light you like. They’re also reasonably priced now — and reduce electricity use by 90 percent.

One more bonus: If you don’t like getting on ladders to change bulbs, LED lights last about 30 times longer than traditional bulbs.

Save money and stay safer while protecting the environment. It’s a win-win-win!
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