Combine trips, walk or bike for some extra exercise and energy savings.
Turn off lights and unplug electronics when not in use to stop costly electricity leaks.
Replace incandescent bulbs with compact fluorescent light bulbs that use 75% less electricity and last 7-10 times longer.
Drive to the speed limit and maintain tire pressure for easy gas savings.
Sign up for your utility’s air conditioning load control program and stop worrying about A/C costs.
Turn your water heater dial to 120° to keep your energy bills low and your family safe.
Program your thermostat for smart heating and cooling (and lower bills)
Close windows and doors to give your central A/C a break during the summer
Wash clothes in cold water to save money and preserve your clothing.
Close doors and windows to give your room A/C a break.
Use fans instead of your central A/C on cool summer nights.
Turn your thermostat down just two degrees in the winter to stay comfortable and save money.
Use fans instead of your window A/C on cool summer nights.
Take five minute showers for squeaky-clean energy savings.
Install a high efficiency showerhead for effortless savings that don’t impact your comfort
Turn your central air conditioning up just two degrees to stay comfortable and save money.
Replace your older inefficient vehicle with a car that gets at least 30 miles per gallon.
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