It's not just learning to conserve water, but also understanding how energy and water are connected.
Just in time for summer, learn everything you need to know about home cooling with our new Energy Saver 101 infographic.
Help Dad save energy this Father's Day.
We've updated the popular Energy Saver guide to help you save money by saving energy.
Save money on your cooling bills this summer by managing and maintaining your air conditioner.
Prepare for summer by doing your own home energy audit.
Answering your questions about building envelopes -- from advice about improving the efficiency of attics and roofs to what to look for when buying new windows.
Learn how to keep your fuel costs down this summer.
Learn about how to save energy during your Memorial Day trip or BBQ.
Take part in a commuting challenge this spring.
Check out these energy-efficient Mother's Day gifts.
Looking to buy or sell a used car? A new interactive tool makes it easy to compare the fuel economy of used cars.
Answering your questions about LEDs -- from how to compare LED and incandescent bulbs to installing LEDs in existing fixtures.
All across the country, communities are competing to reduce their energy use, and you can take action too!
Celebrate Earth Day every day this year.
Start planning some fun outdoor activities for Earth Day.
Learn how the Energy Department is helping lay the foundation for more efficient homes by developing energy-saving technologies.
Our new infographic covers everything you need to know about energy-saving landscaping.
Prepare for warm weather with these home cooling tips.
Start preparations now to ensure a cool, efficient house this summer.
Answering your questions about water heaters -- from the best type of water heater for you to low-cost actions you can take to cut your water heating bill.
Take a look at your windows and window treatments to save energy this spring.
If you made qualifying energy efficiency upgrades to your home in 2013, make sure to claim your tax credit this year.
Before you set your clocks forward this weekend for the start of Daylight Saving Time, check out some of these little-known facts about the history of changing time.
Make sure your car is ready for surprise snowstorms this spring.
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