Power To Save Special: December, 2016

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Power To Save Special

December 20, 2016

7:30pm – 8:00pm

 

WNEP-TV’s Don Jacobs and Jackie Lewandoski host this quarter’s Power To Save Special.  It’s a perfect time to celebrate the holidays!  You’ll learn how people all around our area are ‘saving’ our history and heritage.  Then, travel with us around northeastern and central Pennsylvania for a look at great ways people are using their Power To Save.  We’ll host the show from the Electric City Trolley Museum.  Take a trip back in time and cast your vote on some incredible holiday trees!

 

ULTRA-EFFICIENT FARM HELPS COWS AND FARMERS – Don Jacobs

One farmer embraced the latest energy-efficient technology, coupled it with computers and cows, and is now realizing a grand shift in milk production and ‘happier cows.’  See how it all comes together in Bradford County.  Click Here to view this feature.

 

MAKING OLD FURNITURE NEW! – Jackie Lewandsoki

When you’re looking to get rid of your furniture, think twice about just ‘chucking’ it!  Jackie visited a shop near Carbondale in Lackawanna County where milk-paint is used.  Wait until you see the amazing pieces that have been SAVED from the landfill.  Go Drab to Fab with Jackie.  Click Here to view this feature.

 

CABOT KNOWS THAT SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY’S NATURAL GAS IS PROVIDING SAVINGS RIGHT HERE AT HOME – Jackie Lewandoski

Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation shows just how amazing the savings are becoming since work has begun in our area.  Cabot’s George Stark will show you how the savings are making it home to you.  Natural gas will be flowing into the new power generation site in Jessup, and everyone, including the St. Francis Commons building which serves homeless veterans in Scranton.  Get a tour and see how they earned a 5-star ‘plus’ rating!  Click Here to view this feature.

 

TROLLEY MUSEUM AND AREA CULTURE!! – Jackie/Jake

The Electric City Trolley Museum is just one shining example of how northeastern Pennsylvania uses it’s Power To Save the heritage and history of our area.  Get a look at the museum and find out how they are helping their community with the help of area schools.  As a special treat, museum admission is only $3.00 until the end of 2017.  Come in, enjoy the displays and interactive areas, then cast your vote for your favorite tree!  27 trees have been decorated by area elementary schools – each with its own special take on the holidays.  Click Here to view this feature.