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Renewable Energy 101 Guide

Renewable energy is an important part of our energy system today and in the future and can deliver many benefits. This fact-based guide explores how renewable energy could mean a cleaner, brighter energy future for you.

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What Type of Energy Saver Are You?

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Saving energy can benefit everyone – but not everyone saves energy in the same way. There is a whole spectrum of ways to lower your energy bills, depending on your lifestyle and specific needs.

Do you like to keep it simple and make small changes around your home that cut down on the power bill? Or do you like investing in the latest technology and… >>

Seal in the Savings with These Weatherization Tips

Saving money on energy doesn’t have to require a major financial investment, a significant time commitment or getting accustomed to the latest technology, like a smart thermostat or smart appliance. Weatherizing your home is an easy, cheap, and effective path to considerable savings on energy.

Weatherization is the process of protecting your home against the elements (including wind, rain and sunlight) to improve energy efficiency. By completing just a few small weekend projects, you could save up to $400 a year on your energy bills, while improving your home’s c… >>

3 Ways to Level Up Your Energy Savings

Whether you’re a champion of energy-saving methods or new to the energy efficiency game, there are many options to save money and energy around the home. From no-cost actions to investing in the latest smart home technology, there is always another way you can cut back your home energy use.

Wherever you’re at, here are three tiers of energy savings tips to level up your game:

Level 1: Start with these basic no-cost/low-cost tips

Fortunately, there are a variety of no-cost/low-cost options for saving energy at home. Keeping your appliances plugge… >>

Five Energy-Saving Tips for Earth Day

First celebrated on college campuses across the United States in 1970, Earth Day has become a global celebration in support of environmental protection.

In fact, according to Earth Day Network, the nonprofit organization that grew out of the first Earth Day celebration, Earth Day is now the largest global secular observance, with over one billion participants each year.

While there are many great ways you can get involved on behalf of the environment on Earth Day, including planting a tree, picking up trash at a local park or committing to not driving for the day, so… >>

Three Smart Home Products to Help You Start Saving Energy

Once a niche technology for technophiles and early adopters, the smart home has now moved into the mainstream.

According to a recent report, there are now 66 million smart speaker devices, like Google Home and Amazon Echo, in the United States – representing more than a quarter of the U.S. adult population. Further, these devices scaled rapidly from 2016 to 2018, growing more than 800 percent by some accounts, and experts predi… >>

Be More Energy Efficient This Year with These Resolutions

A new year is now underway. For many, that means a fresh start and the opportunity to make positive changes (both big and small) in daily habits and behaviors – from finally signing up for CrossFit to spending more time with family.

But in addition to these common New Year’s resolutions, it can also be an opportune time to make some positive energy-related changes and upgrades around your home.

Here are three resolutions that you can make this year to become more energy efficient and save a bit of money, too:

1. Switch out those old lightbulbs if… >>

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