Save Energy

Saving energy at home is easy.  Just a few dollars and a few minutes can save you 5 – 10% on your monthly energy bill.  Why waste cold air in the summer and warm air in the winter?  Click here for simple tips on saving energy at home.

Live Comfortably

Correcting energy wasting issues will allow you to live more comfortably in your home.  Have a drafty window?  Seal it up.  Rooms aren’t the same temperature?  Check for leaks in your duct system.  Click here to learn simple tips for making your home more comfortable, while also saving energy.

Save Money

Lower your monthly energy bills by resolving energy wasting issues in your home.  Click here to learn how ten simple energy efficiency fixes can save you $12,000 over the next 10 years.

Be Healthy

Home energy efficiency improvements also improve the health and safety of residents in the home.  An energy efficient home is free from combustion hazards, mold growth and other health issues.  Click here to learn more.

Renters

Click here to learn how simple things that you can do in your rented apartment, townhome or house can lower your energy usage, improve health and safety and make your home more comfortable!

Homeowners

What can you do to lower your energy usage and reap the benefits of a healthier, safer and more valuable home?  Click here to find out!

Youth & Students

Looking for information for a class assignment?  Need help finding information on how saving energy is good for the planet?  You’ve come to the right place!  Click here to get started!

 

Senior Citizens

Wondering what you can do to lower your monthly energy bills and live more comfortably?  Energy saving improvements address these concerns and also improve the health and safety of your home.  Click here to find out more!

Businesses

Energy efficiency isn’t just for homes!  Business owners and office workers can also benefit from the same energy saving activities used in homes.  Click here to find out how!

Educators

Looking for resources, activities and educational information for your students?  Great!  Click here for a consolidated listing of helpful resources and materials for students of all ages!