Duluth is in the Running for $5 Mil. Energy Prize

Energy Tent to be Featured at Harvest Festival

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Duluth is in the running for the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize.

The city is in the top 50 and can advance further into the competition if residents participate.

You can help by reducing your energy use.

To do that, you can do things like remembering to turn the lights off and turn down the water heater to 120 degrees.

You can learn more about this contest and how to help this weekend at the Lake Superior Harvest Festival. 

There will be an energy tent hosted by Minnesota Power, Comfort Systems and Ecolibrium3. 

The Harvest Festival will be in Bayfront Park in Duluth from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information on the competition, you can also head to duluthenergy.org.

Categories: Community-imported, Environment-imported