Prism Energy Services Helping Save the Planet with the Flip of a Switch for Earth Hour, March 27

Prism joins the growing list of supporting businesses that are committing to take a stand by turning the lights out on pollution and creating a cleaner, safer and more secure future.

Quincy, MA, March 26, 2010 --( Prism Energy Services announced today that they will turn off all non-essential lighting at their 1150 Hancock Street location for Earth Hour, Saturday, March 27th at 8:30 p.m. and encourage their employees to do the same.

During Earth Hour Prism joins millions of Americans who will turn out their lights in support of action on climate change and toward creating a cleaner, safer and more secure future. 2010 marks the third year of this event, which attracted more than 80 million participants in the U.S. last year, and nearly a billion people around the world, as lights dimmed on such global icons as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Sydney’s Opera House, the Great Pyramids of Gaza and New York’s Empire State Building.

Prism Energy Services, founded in 1999, feels strongly about energy efficiency and conservation. Prism is a leading energy conservation program administrator for New England utility companies and their customers. They work directly with commercial customers to reduce their utility costs and emissions through energy efficiency, discounted utility purchasing and renewable energy solutions. The main goal of Prism Energy services is to reduce the carbon emissions produced by burning fossil fuels used to power and heat local facilities. Prism offers customized solutions to fit each facility’s individual needs.

Other notable locations taking part in this Earth Hour celebration include Mount, St. Louis’ Gateway Arch, Sea World in Orlando, the strip in Las Vegas, New York’s Empire State Building, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Washington D.C.’s National Cathedral, California’s Santa Monica Pier and the Space Needle in Seattle are among the hundreds of sites that will turn off non-essential lighting for the hour, in what is expected to be the largest-ever call to action on climate change. Prism is in good company. Won’t you join them?

Prism Energy Services
Kristina Cheshire