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Energy Saving Buildings are the Way of the Future
Facts About Saving Energy That You Should Know
Energy Saving Ideas Help Reduce Energy Consumption
Cut Your Monthly Expenses with Energy Saving Devices
Energy Saving Home Plans Implement Energy Conservation
Why Purchase an Energy Saving Lightbulb?
Uncommon Energy Savings
Drafty House? Six Home Energy Saving Tips
Drapes & Curtains = Style and Energy Savings
Energy Savings from Solar Products
Propane Water Heater - Three Energy Saving Tips
Home Energy Savings: New House Design and Energy Conservation
Home Energy Savings Tips: Compact Fluorescent Lamps
Phantom Loads and Energy Saving
Energy Saving Windows
Top 10 Energy Saving Tips to Cut Your Fuel Bills
Saving Energy - Saving Money
Energy Saving Light Bulbs - The Sensible Alternative
How To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient
Running An Energy Efficient Household
Energy Saving Lamps - Benefits and Drawbacks










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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... Continue Reading...

Home Energy Savings Tips: Compact Fluorescent Lamps

Because electrical lighting consumes nearly 15% of a household's electricity use, you may wish to learn about some energy efficient lighting alternatives. Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) are one you should consider. Their design blends the energy efficiency of fluorescent lighting with the convenience and interchangeability of incandescent fixtures. CFLs will f... Continue Reading...

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 they are in. I think this does not stand up to close scrutiny for two reasons: (a) you often n... Continue Reading...


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