Thank you for attending the Arbor Day Proclamation photo event with us in celebration of the new Georgia Power and Snapping Shoals EMC Energy Saving Trees programs and the University of North Georgia’s Tree Campus USA recognition.
Energy-Saving Trees is a program that aims to save homeowners and utilities money through strategic, proactive tree planting. The program is a partnership between the Arbor Day Foundation, local forestry councils and regional utilities across the country at no cost to homeowners. Participating homes have saved up to 20% on their power bills!
Find out more about the program and confirm your zipcode eligibility by clicking the program logo.
Current and previous participants, use this page to share your experiences and photos to connect and learn with other members!
Trees cool the air naturally from the effects of water evaporating from leaves and from direct shade. Moisture combined with shade results in cooler air. Homes shaded by trees need less energy for cooling, which in turn means lower monthly utility bills in the summer and a reduced need for utilities to increase power generation to meet peak load demand.
Four trees planted around each home could save up to 30% on summer cooling costs. 1 Million Trees = $10 Million in Annual Energy Saving