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Instant Energy Savings working from home.
August 2009

How to make your house more energy-efficient without breaking the bank.

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1. Slow down.

- Each 5 mph you drive over 60 mph is like
- paying an additional $0.15 per gallon for gas.
- Aggressive driving (speeding, rapid acceleration
   and braking) wastes gas.
- Equivalent Gasoline Savings: $.12-$.82/gallon

2. Keep your car maintained and running smoothly.

- Tune ups
- Clean air filters
- Tires properly inflated
- Proper grade of oil

3. Use your engine wisely.

- Avoid Excessive Idling
- Use Cruise Control and overdrive gears

4. Be smart about driving.

Plan errands to do them together,
rather than separate trips Carpool Mass transit Telecommute

5. Keep your car light.

Too often cars become long-term storage facilities
Beating High Energy Prices

While gas prices seem to have spiked recently, the issues leading to this increase have been decades in the making Our nation's refining capacity has been stagnant for thirty years, we have limited our options to increase domestic supply, and we depend more and more on foreign sources of oil that are becoming increasingly scarce because of rising demand in other countries like China and India.
The energy bill signed by the president last summer has helped the U.S. start to turn the corner and lead us in the right direction.

The energy bill supports development of more oil and gas reserves here at home and in addition, and will help us develop new technologies to fuel our transportation needs like hydrogen fuel cell cars. In the coming months, we may continue to see high prices due to increased demand as the summer driving season begins, the switch from winter to summer gasoline blends, and the phase-out of the gasoline additive MTBE in favor of ethanol. There are a number of things that American families can do to improve their fuel efficiency and help them save money. Taken together, these efficiencies can equal up to a dollar of savings per gallon.


Enjoy Cool Energy Savings with Greener Refrigerators

If you’re looking for simple ways to save energy at home, your refrigerator is a good place to start. That’s because your fridge is one of your home’s single biggest electricity users (other members of this club include your air conditioner and your water heater.) But with a few simple steps you can make your current refrigerator more efficient — and when it’s time to buy a new fridge, these resources can help you make a smart choice.
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Save Money and Energy with New Tax Credits

Homeowners can now get more money back for investing in renewable energy systems or for making energy-efficiency improvements.

Good news! Renewable energy systems just got a little more affordable. Thanks to federal tax credits that will go into effect in January 2009, U.S. homeowners can get money back if they purchase wind turbines or solar panels next year.

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8 Easy Projects for Instant Energy Savings

With these inexpensive ideas you can reduce your carbon footprint and slash your energy bills. Spend $400 once to save $900 a year!Reducing your home energy use is the best of win-win deals — not only does it reduce your carbon footprint, it also saves you big bucks on your energy bills. That’s especially exciting when you consider that many home energy improvements are fast, easy and inexpensive. Often, the savings from an individual project are small, but when you start putting them together they add up quickly.

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Consider walking, biking, taking a bus or carpooling whenever feasible

6 Ways To Save Money Going Green

1.Turn Down Your Water Heater

2.Unplug Unused Chargers

3.Install CFLs

4.Install Low-Flow Water Fixtures

5.Upgrade to Energy Star Appliances

6.Put in Low-Water Plantings