12 results for tag: Anna Meehan


Energy Guide: Bundle Up to Save Big

As winter comes to a slow and bitter end you may notice higher energy bills than in the summer. With the weather still lurking in the 50’s and 60’s, you may be tempted to use more energy in the home than normal. However, if you follow these simple tips from Anna Meehan, a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves, then you can save energy, and drastically reduce your monthly energy bills!

Energy Guide: Musk’s Largest Battery Yet

In a state that is the leader in coal exports, South Australia took an oath of renewability when it funded the construction of a large battery that is roughly the size of a US football field! With the innovation and genius of Elon Musk, South Australia was able to create a battery powerful enough to power 30,000 homes. Learn more about this battery and its benefits from Anna Meehan's latest article.

No Tricks, Just Treats

Since joining the Walnut Creek Saves team, Anna Meehan has participated in numerous outreach events with the purpose of acquiring sign ups and talking to residents about our goal as a program. In addition to receiving sign-ups, from these events she has gotten so much more: she has strengthened her communication and marketing skills and, as a bonus, she’s made memories of a lifetime! Read more to learn more about Anna's experience.

Energy Guide: Saving Energy Can Be A Breeze!

Many residents find their energy bills to be higher than they would like to pay every month. And sometimes you may not even be able to pinpoint the one device or habit that is costing you extra each month. As a Conservation Coach at Walnut Creek Saves, it is Anna Meehan's job is to inform residents on ways they can save water and energy around the home. Read on to learn Anna's top three energy-saving tips.

One for the Books

Anna Meehan has been a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves since February of this year. In her short time involved with the program, she has become much more environmentally aware, resourceful, and interested in community involvement. Walnut Creek Saves has opened her eyes to simple ways students can help the environment and reduce carbon emissions. Read on to find out what the most memorable outreach event Anna has worked!

Water Guide: Save Water, Drop by Drop

Many people struggle to save water around the home and often times find their water bills higher than expected. Anna Meehan, a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves, is here to share a few interesting ways to save and reuse water and help you lower your bills!

Walnut Creek Saves Creates Opportunities

Anna Meehan has loved her time as a Conservation Coach for Walnut Creek Saves for the past six months. One of the best parts of the job is helping the community, and she feels our City-sponsored program does an excellent job at doing so. Continue reading to learn more about the new skills Anna is gaining and all about her new role to spread public awareness.

My Awesome Experience

Anna Meehan is one of the few student Conservation Coaches for Walnut Creek Saves. Our mission is to help Walnut Creek Residents save electricity, water and natural gas, in hopes of ultimately saving residents money. Anna is here to tell you the ways Walnut Creek Saves has changed her perspective on the environment and her work with conservation.

Energy Guide: To Repair or Not To Repair, that is the Question!

If you are debating repairing or purchasing a refrigerator, then you have come to the right place! You may wonder whether it is more cost efficient to repair your current refrigerator or purchase a new one. The practical choice depends on the age and model of your current refrigerator. Let Anna Meehan teach you more!

Energy Guide: Be SMART when Purchasing a TV

Most people can agree that televisions provide entertainment and a readily available distraction when working, cooking, or hosting guests. You may have a television in your family room, bedroom, office, or even a bathroom! Televisions use up energy, but not nearly as much as you might think. Anna Meehan is here to tell you how to make an informed television purchase the next time you consider upgrading.