Americans are very “plugged in” people.
Look around your house and you’ll see computers, kitchen appliances, cell phones, and all kinds of other gadgets that require electricity. There is, of course, a downside to being plugged in: Electricity costs money, and energy production has a serious impact on the environment. All of these electrons buzzing around provide us with conveniences and comforts that we would not soon give up… but they do add up. And it can be very daunting to try to figure out on your own how to trim that electric bill down without giving up the conveniences you’ve grown accustomed to.
This Web site will give you some easy ways to address energy savings in your home, and you will learn how to accomplish this without sacrificing comfort, performance or style. You’ll learn why you should care about energy efficiency, how to assess your own home’s energy efficiency performance, easy steps you can take to save you big money, and how to maintain an energy-efficient lifestyle.