The annual Olde Suckasunny Day is an old-fashioned street fair that is presented by the Roxbury Township Public Library , the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna, and the Succasunna Methodist Church This year’s event, the 23rd Annual Olde Suckasunny Day, took place on September 25 (yes, it was a sunny day!) and featured diverse vendors and community booths as well as a variety of activities, crafts, games, and food.
Project Porchlight was on hand to educate folks about the energy savings offered by compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs as well as the energy efficiency programs that are available through New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) .
A total of 105 CFL bulbs were distributed at the fair, part of Project Porchlight New Jersey’s campaign to distribute energy-efficient light bulbs to residents across the state. Project Porchlight is an initiative of One Change , and the campaign is made possible thanks to funding by the state Board of Public Utilities (BPU)  and the NJCEP .
CFL bulbs use up to 75 percent less energy than old-fashioned incandescent bulbs. Choosing CFL bulbs means lower costs, reduced demand for electricity, and, ultimately, less pollution.
When it comes to protecting our environment, simple actions really do matter! Even something as simple as changing a light bulb can make a difference. By connecting with state residents one at a time, Project Porchlight is empowering people of all backgrounds to make smart, energy-efficient choices that protect the environment.