Energy Monitors @ Local Libraries
Keys Energy Services (KEYS) recently donated ten "Kill-A-Watt" electricity monitors to the Key West and Big Pine Key public libraries.
The monitors are available for checkout to Lower Florida Keys residents to be used to measure the amount of electricity different appliances use within their home. Appliances can be plugged directly into the monitors to measure their energy usage and efficiency.
"Electricity monitors are wonderful tools to help KEYS' customers gauge the efficiency of their various appliances," said Lynne Tejeda, KEYS' General Manager & CEO. She added that, "by having the monitors available for checkout at our local libraries, Lower Keys residents can reap their benefits without having to make a personal financial investment in the device."
PHOTO CAPTION: (From left) KEYS' General Manager & CEO Lynne Tejeda, presents electricity monitors to Monroe County Public Library officials Christine Dunn, Administrator- Library Headquarters, and Anne Layton Rice, Library Administrator.