Shopping for home appliances? It’s tempting to buy the first thing that fits your budget, but use these tips to save resources, money & stress long term.
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Thinking about cutting the cord (cancelling cable TV)? Streaming can be a cheaper option; just make sure you don’t blow up your power bill in the process.
Induction cooking is a promising new technology that could make food preparation much more energy-efficient (as well as time-saving).
While an eco-friendly dishwasher is already a bit of a redundancy, the model you choose & the way you run it can save even more energy & water.
While still responsible for about 13 percent of your home’s energy use, fridges have ditched bulky insulation for slim line panels, drastically cutting down on their consumption and giving us much more space for the energy we use.
Little acts do add up over time, and they’re much easier to turn into habits than big changes. ENERGY STAR is celebrating the power of small acts with its “Do 1 Thing ENERGY STAR” campaign. This week’s theme: lighting.
Summer’s here, and that often means higher electric bills from increased air conditioning use. ENERGY STAR has suggestions for staying cool and comfortable without blowing up the electric bill.
Today’s home appliances are light years better than those of just a decade ago. Their superb energy-efficiency helps you create an eco-friendly home — and they can also save you money.
A kitchen remodel isn’t just a chance to make your space more trendy or functional, it can also be a chance to make it more environmentally friendly.
ENERGY STAR is celebrating 20 years of empowering Americans to save energy with its “Change the World” campaign. Take a look at how you can share your own efforts to use energy more efficiently with others.
Presenting as both a trend and a necessity, people around the world are working everyday to find new and innovative ways to limit the impact of their lives, both personal and professional, on the Earth. While there are obvious offenders all around us, we can all make worthwhile changes to our routines and processes in order to participate in the slow but steady march towards environmental accountability, often saving money at the same time!
Consumer electronics and small appliances are responsible for 30 percent of household electricity use. Keep your electricity bill in check by following these nine tips from ENERGY STAR.
Jeff wrote about the EPA’s “Be an ENERGY STAR” video challenge back in August, and featured a video submitted by some rather clever and cute kids. In case you don’t remember, you can check out the link above, and the summary of the contest is that it encouraged Americans to pick up their cameras and document […]