The easy way to start saving energy and water at home

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Image of website American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
A nonprofit organization, acts as a catalyst to advance energy efficiency policies, programs, technologies, investments, and behaviors.
Image of website ApplianceHelp
Helping you to use your appliances more efficiently.
Image of website Consumer Energy Center (California Energy Commission)
The latest information about energy resources and how to use them wisely in our home, work and vehicles.
Image of website Deal Hack
Innovative and more efficient ways of heating their homes during the winter, keeping them cool in the summer, and above all, keeping their energy bills to a minimum.
Image of website Energy Saving Trust (U.K.)
Offers advice on how to reduce carbon emissions, and save money on energy bills.
Image of website EnergyStar
A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency.
Image of website GreenYour
Your guide to green living.
Image of website HomeEnergySaver (US Dept. of Energy)
A great energy calculator tool (especially if you live in the US).
Image of website HouseLogic
Tips for saving water and energy at home.
Image of website Joulemeter
A Microsoft tool that estimates the power consumption of your computer.
Image of website Kagoo - running cost calculator
Calculate annual running costs and carbon emissions for thousands of appliances and electricals.
Image of website PG&E
Energy saving tips, incentives and rebates.
Image of website PlugCalc (WattStopper)
This is a helpful tool for energy efficiency professionals, energy-conscious homeowners, or anyone wanting to reduce their carbon footprint.
Image of website Saving Electricity
Mr. Electricity is your guide to saving energy at your home. Great saving tips and much more...
Image of website Standby Power
Get tips to cut standby power
Image of website WE
101 Money-saving tips.
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