Our houses leak, our light bulbs produce more heat than illumination, our big screen TV sets draw power when they are turned off, and that’s just the start of it. Combine that with the fact that the average size home built in the U.S. has increased significantly in recent decades—from 1,500-square-feet in 1970 to 2,600-square-feet in 2018—one can begin to see why energy costs are on the rise. The average U.S. household currently spends almost $2,600 annually on home energy bills, but customers can save money and cut energy consumption by 10-50 percent by taking sensible, practical steps to use energy more efficiently.
To help promote and encourage energy conservation, KUA has opened the Call for Entries for our 26th annual calendar art contest. The contest is open to Osceola County students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Deadline for entries is Friday, Nov. 15, 2019.
Download the ENTRY FORM now.
For contest questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.