Learn about a do-it-yourself window treatment to keep cold drafts at bay.
Determining efficient options for staying warm during chilly winters.
Whether you like to make resolutions or not, the new year is a great time to renew your commitment to energy savings.
Get information on what to do with unwanted electronic devices.
These easy tips are great way to save money and energy throughout the New Year.
How do you reduce the amount of energy used by your televisions?
We've been busy all through the holiday season on EnergySavers.gov and the Energy Savers Blog. Here are some highlights.
Though energy-efficient television sets are on the market, it's not always easy to identify them. But that's all about to change.
Learn more about LED light strings for their holiday decorations.
For the holiday gift-giving season take a look at the ENERGY STAR® list of certified rechargeable batteries.
Confused about the tax credits and appliance rebates? Here's the straight story on what is going on and when:
How do you reduce energy use from computers and electronics?
Preparing to decorate your home for the holiday season? Consider LED lighting as an energy-efficient option.
The electronics industry has grown into a major powerhouse industry. Do you have an idea of how many devices you have plugged into sockets around the house?
'Tis the season for giving gifts, and there are lots of options for items that could help your loved one save energy.
Some Clean Cities coalitions, supported by the Vehicle Technologies Program in EERE, have worked with their local governments to make holiday drippings into clean fuel.
Commenting on Energy Saver posts gives you a great opportunity to interact online with other folks who are really interested in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Share with us home improvements you have made for an energy efficiency tax credit?
There's always something interesting happening on EnergySavers.gov and the Energy Savers Blog. Here are some November highlights.
What does it take to change people's behavior so that they act more responsibly, in a more sustainable manner?
Before you start stringing holiday lights, take a moment to consider what they're costing you.
Recognizing the engineers and researchers who have made energy efficiency a reality over the past few decades.
What steps do you take to use less water?
A small wind energy system can provide a significant amount of clean, renewable energy for your home.
You may know the miles per gallon your car gets, but have you ever wanted to know the miles per gallon your home gets?
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