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Just wondering because I'm fairly interested in the rewards of this. For those of you who are wondering, if you live in Canada you cannot sign up, because we use Postal Codes rather than Zip Codes, and can't sign up.

asked Feb 09 '11 at 22:42

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What is "Earth Aid"?

(Feb 09 '11 at 22:56) zman zman's gravatar image

Basically, Earth Aid, is just something you sign up on, and you get rewards for reducing your house energy usage for power, water, etc. Check it out - http://www.earthaid.net/

(Feb 09 '11 at 23:01) The Boss The%20Boss's gravatar image

How do they know that your "reducing your house enery usage for power, water, etc"?

(Feb 09 '11 at 23:04) zman zman's gravatar image

Sign up for the free service Automatically track your home energy use Get rewarded based on how much you save...

Apparently it automatically tracks your energy use.

(Feb 09 '11 at 23:09) The Boss The%20Boss's gravatar image

I don't want anybody tracking my energy use.

(Feb 09 '11 at 23:10) zman zman's gravatar image

Good enough man. haha, but there's rewards :O

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It will probably got to Canada after we Americans throw it out for tracking our energy usage. We hold privacy important here and even the liberals that pretend to be caring global warming activists while flying jets and driving hummers won't want that service.

answered Feb 09 '11 at 23:13

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Sounds fair. Canada always gets the crappy left-overs that nobody wants from America. hehe

(Feb 09 '11 at 23:17) The Boss The%20Boss's gravatar image
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