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Congratulations to the ACC #Chemistry2Energy Photo Contest’s grand prize winner!

Meredith’s grand-prize winning photo included a Low-Emissivity (Low-E) energy efficient window installed at her workplace, highlighting the important role chemistry can play in helping to make our homes and businesses more energy efficient. As one ACC member, Arkema, Inc. explains, low-e window coatings help reduce heat loss while simultaneously allowing passive solar energy to enter, [...]

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#Chemistry2Energy Photo Contest ends Nov. 28, so vote today for energy efficiency!

Our 8 weekly #Chemistry2Energy photo contest winners are in a tight race for first place, and your vote could make the $1,419 grand prize difference! The voting period closes on Wednesday, November 28, just before the clock strikes midnight (EST), so be sure to let us know today which of the eight finalist pictures you [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week eight photo contest winner; voting begins!

Congratulations to the #Chemistry2Energy Photo Contest’s eighth weekly winner, Jay Richard (@Jay36483296), who submitted a photo of a wind turbine along with the caption: Renewable sources of energy like wind and solar, along with responsible natural gas development and creative approaches to energy efficiency, can play an important role in an “all-of-the-above” domestic energy strategy [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week seven photo contest winner!

Congratulations to the #Chemistry2Energy Photo Contest’s seventh weekly winner, Timmy Childs (@EvenPar8462), who creatively submitted a photo of a football player along with the caption: From sports equipment to vehicle components to building products, lightweight flexible plastics help Americans do more with less, while working to maximize energy efficiency and performance. That includes athletic performance! [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week six photo contest winner!

Congratulations to the #Chemistry2Energy Photo Contest’s sixth weekly winner, Bailey Tomson (@baileyTee), who saves energy AND reduces waste by recharging and reusing old batteries: Chemistry goes into the lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries we depend on every day to power our automobiles, military equipment, laptops, mobile phones, MP3 players and more. Energy storage is also a growing [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week five photo contest winner!

Congratulations to the #Chemistry2Energy Photo Contest’s fifth weekly winner, Katie Mullins (@kmullin), who showed us how she saves energy by getting around town on her bicycle: More than 730,000 Americans ride their bikes to work every day, according to a 2010 U.S. Census Survey, resulting in millions of dollars in fuel and energy savings. Innovations [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week four photo contest winner!

Congratulations to our week four #Chemistry2Energy photo contest winner, Brian Long (@yesknow1), who tweeted the image seen here along with the caption: Making smart use of solar energy is one of  a variety of effective ways to cut back on monthly energy bills and can play an important role in a comprehensive energy strategy for [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week three photo contest winner!

Congratulations to this week’s photo contest winner, Meredith Streppa (@MeredithStreppa), whose photo collection included a Low-Emissivity (Low-E) energy efficient window installed at her workplace, along with the tweet: As one ACC member, Arkema, Inc. explains, low-e window coatings help reduce heat loss while simultaneously allowing passive solar energy to enter, resulting in significantly lower heating [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week two photo contest winner!

Congratulations to our second weekly winner, Amber Davis (@amd001), who relies on compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs to help make her daily life a little more energy efficient: Replacing outdated bulbs with CFLs is just one way the products of chemistry contribute to increased home energy efficiency. High-performance foam insulation, solar panels, plastic house wrap, [...]

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Congratulations to our #Chemistry2Energy week one photo contest winner!

Congratulations to our first weekly #Chemistry2Energy photo contest winner, Leba Lualdi (@Fomo_Leba), who tweeted the image seen here along with the caption: Thanks to technological advances made possible by chemistry, spray foam insulation can provide continuous insulation while sealing in walls and roofs, helping to prevent energy loss while lowering monthly energy bills. As a [...]

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