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1. Events -

Memphis Area Transit Authority and Mid-South Food Bank are holding the second annual “Stuff a MATA Bus” food drive Wednesday, Sept. 26, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Poplar Plaza Shopping Center at Poplar Avenue and Highland Street. Call 527-0841 or 722-7136 for a list of the most-needed items.

2. Seminar Shows Businesses How To Be Green -

Solar panels, wind turbines and electric or hybrid vehicles get much of the attention when conversations turn to sustainability or going green.

But for many businesses large and small, energy efficiency is the first shade of green – and the easiest way to help the bottom line.

3. Residential Greening -

There was a time not so long ago when potential homebuyers had to demand energy efficiency in new homes.

Nowadays, green features are more of an expectation than an extra.

“I would venture to say that just about everybody asks about energy efficiency,” said Martha Fondren, director of sales and marketing for Grant & Co. “They may not say it in those words, but they ask us about what kind of furnaces we are using, what kind of faucets, what kind of insulation. What are the standard things that people can expect when they walk in the home in order to save them money on the utility bills because that’s a huge expense.”

4. Going Green -

Many organizations of all sizes and across all sectors seek to “green” their facilities and operations but often worry about how reducing their carbon footprint could affect their bottom lines.

5. Time for City, Leaders To Embrace Technology -

The smart meters that Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division has installed at 1,000 homes are both an opportunity and a political minefield.

The opportunity is a changing role and better way of doing things for the nation’s largest three-utility company.

6. Let There Be Light -

This fall, a group of 1,000 Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division customers move deeper into a three-year, futuristic-sounding “Smart Grid” test project that began this past January.

They volunteered last year to get new automated meters for their homes, and half of them got a wireless digital counter top readout for inside their homes that allows them to watch their electricity usage. With a computer dashboard readout they can also follow trends for energy usage over time, and the device even suggests scenarios for cutting costs.

7. MLGW Spearheads Green Switch Concept -

In any economic climate, it’s pretty rare when businesses take actions that aren’t beneficial to the bottom line.

And when the economy is struggling, taking action that doesn’t produce immediate financial benefits is generally not considered a sound business practice.

8. EPA Adds Medtronic to Green Partnership -

Medtronic Spinal and Biologics, one of the city’s largest purchasers of green power, has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency for its commitment to purchase 600,000 kilowatt-hours annually of electricity generated by the sun, wind or methane gas.

9. Habitat, MLGW Officials Work to Promote EcoBUILD Initiative -

Most new homeowners experience sticker shock when they receive their initial utility bill, especially if they're moving from an apartment complex where the monthly rent included it.

But that never happened to Tiana Sanders, who moved into her first home last November.

10. Going Green at The Daily News -

Change is brewing at The Daily News.

No, the 121-year-old publishing company isn't altering the way it delivers business news and public records, but the paper is striving to become a more responsible corporate citizen by lessening its environmental footprint.

11. EcoBUILD Home Standards Prove Energy Efficient -

Now that the program's first study has been completed, Memphis Light, Gas & Water's EcoBUILD new homes program has exceeded the utility's own expectations.

A study completed in mid-December showed that houses built according to EcoBUILD standards consumed 34 percent less electricity and 56 percent less natural gas in one year than other homes.

12. Little-known Program Makes Homes Energy Efficient -

Memphis Light, Gas & Water Division has a program that can make a house 30 percent more efficient than a typical home. With natural gas prices on the rise, it seems potential homeowners would be clamoring for it - but is anyone listening?