The Royal Oak-based advanced energy charity Adopt-A-Watt announced Tuesday that its founder, Thomas A. Wither, has been invited to the White House Nov. 12 to present an overview the National Adopt-A-Watt Program.
Frequently, the toughest thing about saving energy with modern, high-tech equipment is the up-front cost. Adopt-A-Watt is changing that.
The Henry Ford Centennial Library on Michigan Avenue in Dearborn is the latest building in the area to join the National Adopt-A-Watt Program.
At last week’s Royal Oak City Commission meeting, Adopt-A-Watt Inc. received unanimous approval to deploy energy efficient lighting and EV infrastructure in the city’s parking decks — at no cost to Royal Oak taxpayers.
The National Adopt-A-Watt program announced Friday that the New Jersey Department of Transportation had joined the program.
The Royal Oak-based National Adopt-A-Watt program celebrated another success Monday as the city of Dearborn threw the switch on privately sponsored energy-efficient lighting and an electric vehicle charging station in a municipal garage.
A new program designed to improve municipal energy efficiency, developed in Dearborn but intended to be spread nationwide, is officially off the ground. A couple of dozen initial sponsors in the National Adopt-A-Watt program gathered […]
Adopt-A-Watt Inc. has announced a Sept. 22 launch for Dearborn’s Adopt-A-Watt Program, making it the first city in the nation to move forward with this energy saving initiative.
The City of Dearborn is seeking sponsors for the installation of 200 high-efficiency lights in two downtown west Dearborn parking decks.