Did you know you can reduce the amount of energy required to power that TV, Xbox, computer and other household appliance and device or save money in the process? That’s right, being more energy efficient and implementing some energy-saving tips could reduce the amount of money you spend on your utility bill. We’re talking energy savings with the flip of a switch.
We’ve compiled the following energy-saving tips, many of which are simple, low-, or no-cost. to help you get started.
Home insulation and weatherization practices help separate the inside from the outside.
Refrigerators now use less than half as much electricity as those built in the 1970s. So when you decide to purchase new appliances, make sure they're high efficiency.
Every season has its challenges when it comes to saving energy.
Can your home or office pass a draftiness exam? Try these "spot quizzes" to help test for energy leaks.