Making sure buildings are operating at optimal energy efficiency costs a little bit but saves a lot, a new NRDC study reveals.
About one-third of electricity consumption in homes is attributed to miscellaneous and electronic loads (MELs) — appliances like toasters, printers, fans and clocks.
Improved energy efficiency could save American consumers approximately $1,000 on their annual energy bill, according to estimates in a new report.
To commemorate National Energy Action Month, we’re featuring some scarily effective ways to save energy at home.
Make your ordinary appliances smart and your home more efficient–without the need for an expensive retrofit or sensors on every device.
America’s most productive and lowest-cost energy resource isn’t clean energy, but energy efficiency.
Further proof that building green doesn’t have to cost you more up-front.
With energy bills soaring in the UK, it appears that renewable and efficiency programs could be under threat.
A new report by a Wisconsin nonprofit suggests investments in energy efficiency may also play a role in growing manufacturing jobs, too.
EarthTechling interviewed founder James Welch Mitchell to learn how Renewablue is helping Coloradans embrace clean energy technologies for less.