Residential solar is quickly becoming an affordable option for Americans.
Routine maintenance on your clothes dryer not only saves you money, but keeps you safe from fires.
Have a wood-burning fireplace? Using it during the cold winter months could help reduce your energy use and save you money.
Learn how clean-fuel vehicles helped evacuate vulnerable residents in Atlantic City during Hurricane Sandy.
Your appliances and electronics could be using electricity even when they are turned off. Learn how to reduce your costs from standby power.
After installing new energy-efficient windows in her home, our writer notices the benefits in both the heat of late summer and during the first cold snap.
Fall is a great time to do regular maintenance on your HVAC systems to ensure they're running efficiently -- and it may help your allergies as well!
Cold weather is on the way! Check out this refresher on using your programmable thermostat to save money and energy.
Energize the neighborhood with an energy jack-o-lantern. Send us your photos and be featured on Energy.gov.
President Obama declared October Energy Action Month, and we are sharing tips about how you can save energy.
Researching electronics for your student? Check out ENERGY STAR for tips and rebates.
Answering your home energy efficiency questions to help you save energy and money.
Did you miss our home energy efficiency Twitter Chat? We compiled the discussion so you can learn ways to save energy and money at home.
On Thursday, we are answering your questions about ways to save energy and money at home.
Showing you how to find your favorite energy-saving tips and advice.
With fall right around the corner, we are relaunching our EnergySaver.gov website with fresh updates that will help you and your family save money by saving energy.
Although today's home appliances are designed to be far more energy efficient than those made in the decades past, there's always room for improvement.
Ernie's musings about pet ownership and its effects on a healthy and energy-efficient lifestyle.
Are you prepared for a blackout? What have you done to prepare?
Instead of purchasing new windows, Stephanie instead opts to perform energy efficiency improvements like sealing her windows - and her home.
Having a household disaster plan is important if a natural disaster or blackout strikes your area.
What motivates you to save energy?
One woman's quest to reduce her energy bill, train into good habits and set goals toward energy savings - and her life.
Here are five easy things that you can do this summer that will not only help keep you active, but save money, energy and the environment, too.
Do you have windows that need replacing, too? Do you have any plans to replace them with newer, more efficient windows?
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