Energy Saver blogger Elizabeth Spencer writes about how much her electricity bill went down after sealing up her home with insulation.
Test your knowledge about the lighting technology that brightens our world.
Find out if your plug-in electric vehicle, charging station, or other alternative fueling infrastructure qualify you for federal or state tax credits.
Drew Bittner provides energy efficient tips for closing out the winter and preparing for spring savings in the months ahead.
See how one energy saving tool can inspire endless science fair project ideas.
Any qualified efficiency updates you made at home in 2015 are eligible for credits when you file your taxes in the coming months. Plus, updates you make in 2016 will be eligible for credits when you file next year.
Make 2016 the year you to take a few simple steps to save energy, starting with our list of energy resolutions.
A sneak peek of the energy-saving technologies we can expect to see soon that will make our homes more sustainable.
Consumers are saving more than $62 billion a year as a result of Appliance and Equipment Standards Program.
A Veterans Day salute to the Department of Defense for their heroic efforts when it comes to saving electrons.
Energy Saver's Elizabeth Spencer finds solutions for her house's insulation problems.
Energy Saver's Elizabeth Spencer realizes that her house has an insulation problem and sets out to fix it.
This Halloween don't let your energy bill give you a scare. Check out tips on ways to save energy and money at home.
Have questions about how to prepare your home for the winter months ahead? Join us Thursday, October 22 at 1 p.m. ET for a Twitter chat.
Are you the brightest bulb when it comes to home energy trivia? Take our latest quiz to find out!
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Autumn is here and cold weather is right around the corner. Is your house ready?
A few reasons why plug-in electric vehicles can be a solid, money-saving investment.
An electric vehicle was a smart choice for one Energy Saver contributor and his family.
School is starting but hot weather hasn't ended yet! Stay comfortable while saving money and fuel on your trips to and from school, practice, and after-school activities.
New quality guidelines for the weatherization and home performance industry ensure that energy upgrades result in safer, more comfortable, more efficient homes.
Small wind electric systems must now be certified in order to qualify for the 30% investment tax credit.
Enjoy the open road this summer and keep your fuel costs low with these driving tips.
Keep your family and your wallet happy this summer by properly maintaining your air conditioner and planning an energy efficient home cooling strategy.
Looking for ways to conserve water? Start in the bathroom!
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