BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Here’s an Energy Saver tip that focuses on dealing with summer heat.

Mary Bubala reports.

An attic ventilating system draws cool air up through the house and can feel like air conditioning but at a much lower cost.

It also pumps in cool summer air during summer evenings and can lower energy costs.

Comments (2)
  1. tiredoftheenergyhype says:

    Propaganda… if it’s 98 degrees outside, it going to be 98 degrees inside no matter hoe fast those fans are running. Even worse if the humidity is high. BGE, won’t you stop feeding this nonsense to the media, please?

  2. tiredoftheenergyhype says:

    Sorry…

    Propaganda… if it’s 98 degrees outside, it’s going to be 98 degrees inside no matter how fast those fans are running. Even worse if the humidity is high. BGE, won’t you stop feeding this nonsense to the media, please?

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