ROMEOVILLE – The second of a three-event series on home energy consumption will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18, in the Lewis University Science Building, Room AS 104-C.
The free program will share information with residents on how to conduct an in-home energy audit on home appliances, ranging from large-scale appliances to small appliances may be found in student dorm rooms.
“Knowing how to gauge your energy consumption can help you understand your energy bill and, more importantly, possibly lower your bill,” said Will County Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant.
The series is hosted by the Resource Recovery and Energy Division of the Will County Land Use Department, Citizens Utility Board, Lewis University, Joliet Junior College, University of St. Francis, and Governors State University.
Attendees may also be eligible to receive free energy-saving devices. Registration can be completed using a short form found on the Will County Green website.
The final program in the series, Energy 101 – Utility Bill Clinics, will be held Dec. 7 and 9. Read more about the Will County Energy Efficiency Fall Event Series at https://bit.ly/3BjWgQo .
More information about the Will County Resource Recovery and Energy Division can be found at www.willcountygreen.com.