Power to Save Special
June 26, 2014
7:30pm – 8:00pm
WNEP-TV’s Don Jacobs and Jackie Lewandoski host this quarter’s Power To Save Special. We’ll focus a bit on our waterways and how to avoid spreading rock snot. The natural gas industry takes steps to educate this generation to work in the field. We’ll save energy and money. And learn how a little prevention can save lives.
ROCK SNOT – Don Jacobs
Not it’s official name, but take a trip to the Delaware River to find out how outdoorsmen and women as well as authorities are trying to control the spread of Didymo. Left to it’s own, it can eventually kill a waterway. Click Here to see the feature.
NATURAL GAS ENDOWMENT FOR EDUCATION – Jackie Lewandoski
Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation knows that a great education is the key to success. That’s why they have partnered with Lackawanna College to use $2.5 million in endowments to support cutting edge education. The School of Petroleum and Natural Gas and it’s students have benefited from the support. Click Here to see the feature.
SAVING MONEY AND ENERGY IS A CLICK AWAY – Jackie Lewandoski
WNEP’s Jackie Lewandoski sits down with PPL Electric Utilities to find out how the utility is helping customers discover what is good and bad in their home’s energy-efficiency. We’ll look at a few ways to find out how your home stacks up and ways that you can lesson that monthly energy bill. Click here to see the feature.
TAKING A ‘BIT’ OUT OF BREAST CANCER
Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation, Baker Hughes and Komen for the Cure are teaming up right here and across the country to raise awareness and early detection of breast cancer by drilling with a hot pink drill bit. Stay tuned for more local fundraisers in the fight to end breast cancer with these community-minded partners. Click here to see the feature.