"Let There Be Light" -BC Hydro-
Over these few months, BC Hydro has constantly broadcasting their message through TV commercial to send encouragement across the province of British Columbia to turn off their lights when not needed. Their message is loud, clear and is practical. How hard would it be? Just gently tap on the light switch and FLICK! the lights are off. You're God now, you can control brightness and darkness by only using your fingertips. Or, if you're a more powerful God, you can just clap your hands and let there be no light. Clap. ON. Clap. OFF. However, the company that has been broadcasting the commercial and have supplied energy doesn't seem to understand their own message or maybe they're tired of playing God.
As the area around Edmonds Skytrain Station sleeps peacefully with their lights off, BC Hydro building stays awake, guarding the area from evil. Evils are scared of bright lights right? Are they not anymore? Hhm. Anyways, the building's lights are on through the night, 24/7 and it made people to wonder. Are they trying to prove that they are using energy-saving lights or they simply don't care since they're ripping us off monthly.
Here is a quote from the General Tips posted on the BC Hydro website: Turn off the lights when not in use. Make it a habit to turn off the light when you leave a room. A fun idea for children is to assign them the responsibility of "light police". Consider installing occupancy sensors, which automatically turn lights out when no one is in the room. Timers can be useful when you're out for the evening or on vacation. Use motion sensors on outdoor security lights.