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Why? If you have a home office, choosing an efficient printer, copier, scanner, or fax machine could cut its energy use by 30%. With these smart purchases, it's...
Save up to $60 per year
Why? Your dryer uses about 20% of the total power your appliances consume. Hang-drying saves energy and reduces wear and tear on clothes, which helps them last...
Save up to $110 per year
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Why? Your dishwasher uses considerable energy, especially in terms of hot water. If your dishwasher was manufactured before 1994, replacing it with an ENERGY...
Save up to $10 per year
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Why? Washing your clothes uses a lot of energy, especially if you use warm or hot water. About 90% of the energy consumed for washing clothes is used to heat the...
Save up to $35 per year
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Why? Ducts carry air from your heating and AC systems to each room of your home. When ducts have leaks, they can lose up to 20% of heated or cooled air before it...
Save up to $370 per year
Why? The edges of doors and windows are often not sealed well, allowing cold air to seep into your home or air conditioning to escape. Windows and doors can be...
Save up to $155 per year
Why? An average home's incandescent lighting bill accounts for close to 4% of electricity costs. Turning lights off when you're not in the room is a simple way for...
Save up to $15 per year
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It's important for safety to keep doors and walkways well lit, and a brightened outdoor space may be a peaceful getaway spot or add aesthetic...
Save up to $20 per year
Why? Many computers, televisions, and other devices draw power even when they are turned off. Since plugs to these devices can be tough to remove from the outlet...
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