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Saving Energy - Saving Money

An easy way to save money is to conserve energy. Not only is it good for your wallet, it’s also good for the environment. Look for the ENERGY STAR logo. ENERGY STAR is a government-backed symbol for energy efficiency. It is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us ...
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Energy Saving Light Bulbs - The Sensible Alternative

The lights in an average household use about 20% of the total electricity, so anything that will reduce that power consumption will help lower your energy bill while cutting down on pollution. Fortunately, it’s easy to save ene...
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How To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Making your home more energy efficient can save you a lot of money in the long run. One way to make a home more energy efficient is insulating the water pipes and the water heater. With the water heate...
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Running An Energy Efficient Household

With going “green” being the new global mantra, home-owners are increasingly switching to energy saving mechanisms to lower household costs. Household electronics and appliances are much more energy efficient than they were generations ago. Howeve...
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Energy Saving Lamps - Benefits and Drawbacks

What are Energy Saving Bulbs? Conventional filament bulbs (including halogens) give out less than 20% of the energy they use as light, the rest is heat. Thus, they are not efficient for the purpose for which they are designed. Some people argue that this has hidden benefits, because they contribute to the heating of the room...
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Uncommon Energy Savings

Here are some easy things that you can do that will save energy. 1) Change time zones. That is, when possible, travel when others are less likely to be on the road. For example, avoid rush hour traffic by leaving an hour early. Then use this extra hour to read, plan your day, or add an little extra to your job. If your company allows flex time hours, this could allow you to leave for home before rush hour s... Continue Reading...

Energy Saving Windows

Windows are one of the great energy-wasters of any house. About 25% of the total heat loss is from traditional double glazed sealed windows. New technology, however, has resulted in more efficient energy saving windows that can significantly cut down on heat loss. Heat loss is not the only concern with windows – they can also let in heat during summer weather. This can increase the cost of running an air cond... Continue Reading...

 

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