Blue Planet Fan Club
Be a fan
Are you a fan of Blue Planet Foundation, a fan of fans or a little bit of both? Help spread the word and get involved in our Fan Club. It's not exclusive and anyone can get in, but it's free and you might even save some money. Oh, and you won't need a hand-stamp to get back in.
Energy efficiency and savings* begin at home
- Replace A/C with a ceiling fan save $517/yr
- Use a clothesline instead of a dryer save $362/yr
- Ditch the second refrigerator save $348/yr
- Install a solar water heater save $812/yr
- Switch to CFL bulbs save $119/yr
- Fix that leaking hot water faucet save $120/yr
- Install attic insulation save $500/yr
- Wash clothes in cold water save $68/yr
- Air dry dishes save $33/yr
Find more ways to save energy and money at Blue Planet's Hawaii Home Energy Makeover.
Each of our actions makes a difference!
- Check tires and keep them properly inflated
- Walk, ride a bike, or carpool whenever possible
- Avoid aggressive driving or unnecessary idling
- Use a clothesline instead of a dryer
- Unplug phone chargers when not in use
- Run dishwasher only when it’s full
- Upgrade old appliances to ENERGY STAR models
- Be vocal in legislative efforts for clean energy
- Share energy-saving tips with friends and family
- Volunteer for a Blue Planet Foundation event
Learn more about Blue Planet's programs:
- Blue Planet VOICE: Influencing policy at the legislature and the PUC
- CFL exchange fundraisers for school and community groups
- CFL exchange programs for apartment and condo associations
- Public presentations for businesses, schools, and community groups
- Energy and climate change awareness events with 350.org
- Hawaii Home Energy Makeover TV show and webisodes
Kimber Carhart, Kihei, Maui: "Since we cant afford to change the cars we drive right now I ride my bike to work a minimum of 2 days per week. Not bad for a 43 year old female with a 17 mile commute round trip from Kihei into Wailuku. We also have a monthly energy contest in our family to see if we can reduce our consumption of both water and electricity each month. We buy organic first and local whenever it is available organic."
James Lincoln IV, Wai‘anae, O‘ahu: "Will turn off the lights every time when I go to school."