Simple, everyday cooking habits can save energy in the kitchen.
Features like booster water heaters and smart sensors can cut hot water usage by up to 30 percent.
Traditional dryer vents can let outside air into your home. Try this energy-saving version to help keep the outside air where it belongs.
Recycling that old refrigerator, freezer or room air conditioner will save you money and keep waste out of the landfill.
Give your appliances a rest while you're out of town - your utility bill will thank you for it!
If you have kids, you probably have at least one video game system in your home. There are settings in today's gaming systems that can save energy.
Appliances start to wear down and use more energy. Here are tips to help keep your appliances running at top efficiency.
Learn about some new trends in appliances, like heat pump clothes dryers, variable compressor refrigerators and induction cook tops.
Your refrigerator can be one-third of your energy bill. Learn what to look for when shopping for a new fridge to save you money.