By Becky Striepe on March 28, 2012
Energy prices spiked in 2011, and we’re not expected to see much of a drop (if any) this year, so even if the environmental impacts of fossil fuels aren’t high on your priority list, making your home more energy efficient this year will be as good for your wallet as it is for the planet.
By Beth Buczynski on June 30, 2011
How can you reduce global energy consumption by 74 percent? One smart, efficient baby step at a time.
By Beth Buczynski on June 14, 2011
We talk about advances in smart meters and energy monitoring technology all the time, but how much do you really know about how these devices really work?
By Beth Buczynski on May 31, 2011
Although it might feel like we’re being taken over by Big Brother (don’t worry, it’s just Google), building more intelligent homes can actually help save energy and reduce environmental impact.
By Beth Buczynski on April 19, 2011
It’s estimated that the average American home uses over $2,000 of energy every year. Almost half of this amount is spent on heating and cooling costs alone.