The Energy Smart Kitchen

The Energy Smart Kitchen

Kitchen appliances including refrigerators, freezers, ranges, and dishwashers account for nearly 27% of household electricity use. Choosing the right appliance can reduce your energy costs.

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15 Things You Can Do To Green An Existing Home Or Building

15 Things You Can Do To Green An Existing Home Or Building

There are many simple things you can do to make your existing home or building more energy efficient.

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17 Things You Can Do To Green A New Building

17 Things You Can Do To Green A New Building

The single most important thing you can do to build green is to size the building appropriately. A small building uses less materials and energy.

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Low Standby Power, Purchasing Specifications For Energy-Efficient Products

Low Standby Power, Purchasing Specifications For Energy-Efficient Products

To make sure you're being as green as possible, know what to look for when purchasing low standby power products such as computers and televisions.

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Guide to Kitchen Appliances

Guide to Kitchen Appliances

Every appliance has two price tags: what you pay to purchase it, and what you pay for the energy and water to use it.

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Residential Dishwashers, Purchasing Specifications for Energy-Efficient Products

Residential Dishwashers, Purchasing Specifications for Energy-Efficient Products

When purchasing residential dishwashers, follow specifications on what qualifies as a green, ENERGY STAR certified products.

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ENERGY SAVERS BOOKLET: Tips on Saving Energy and Money at Home

ENERGY SAVERS BOOKLET: Tips on Saving Energy and Money at Home

This guide shows you how easy it is to reduce your energy use at home. Easy, low cost and no cost tips on saving energy and money at home, from insulation to appliances.

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Clothes Washers: Purchasing Specifications for Energy-Efficient Products

Clothes Washers: Purchasing Specifications for Energy-Efficient Products

Clothes washing uses an exorbitant amount of energy, most of which is produced to heat water. The U.S. Department of Energy offers a guide outlining requirements for a clothes washer to be meet ENERGY STAR certification.

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Change the World, Start With Energy Star Check-Up Guide: Investigate, Educate, Activate, and Save With Energy Star

Change the World, Start With Energy Star Check-Up Guide: Investigate, Educate, Activate, and Save With Energy Star

The Energy Star label on any product means it uses less energy than a standard model, this means lower utilities and fewer greenhouse emissions.

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Greater Energy Efficiency: Energy Star Products for American Homes

Greater Energy Efficiency: Energy Star Products for American Homes

Purchasing energy-efficient products is an important opportunity for consumers to lower their home energy bills.

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Energy Efficiency Pays

Energy Efficiency Pays

Learn the components and benefits of energy-efficient homes.

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Energy-Efficient Appliances

Energy-Efficient Appliances

In a typical U.S. home, appliances are responsible for nearly 60 percent of energy bills. Learn how energy-efficient appliances can save you money.

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Energy-efficient appliances are a must-have in any green home. New energy-saving appliances are introduced to the market almost daily. Learn which appliances might be right for you.

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