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One of the first changes many people make in an attempt to be more energy efficient is replacing light bulbs, but it can be a daunting task if you don't know ​where to start! This article has a lot of helpful information and breaks it down into 4 simple steps:

Step 1: Types of Bulbs and Fixtures
Step 2: Look for the ENERGY STAR®
Step 3: Read the Lighting Facts Label
Step 4: Choose Brightness and Light Color

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Source: www.nyserda.ny.gov
Did you know it only costs $0.47 per year to charge an iPhone 6?! Or that a large screen TV uses 72 times more electricity annually than the iPhone? This article has those facts plus 8 more of the most important energy numbers and statistics from 2014, along with some interesting charts, graphs, and details.

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Source: www.greentechmedia.com
Posted by NPB: 1/7/2015
Posted by NPB: 12/17/2014
Energy Star's Personalized Tool for How to Save Energy at Home:
Now that the first wave of New Years Resolutions have been announced (and quickly forgotten) let's talk about some sustainable resolutions for 2015! These ideas will save you money AND help the environment! Give us a call to help you make changes for a better, more energy efficient 2015!

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Source: www.hutchnews.com
Posted by NPB: 2/9/2015
​You may be surprised to find out how much energy your appliances & electronic devices are using even when they aren't in use. This article identifies the culprits, known as energy vampires, and offers realistic solutions to reduce the amount of energy they're zapping. The best part? You don't have to unplug every single device after every single use!

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Source: www.cleantechnica.com
Posted by NPB: 3/2/2015
Just like starting any new program or goal, getting started in the world of energy efficiency can seem overwhelming. This article is aimed at building owners, but the tips apply to home owners as well. Making your energy efficiency goals clear and achievable is the best way to ensure you will stick to them and succeed!

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Source: www.globest.com
Posted by NPB: 4/1/2015