By adjusting your thermostat to a warmer setting during the hot summer and a cooler setting during the cold winter months, you could save up to $180 per year!
LED Light Bulbs save money because they use less energy than traditional incandescent light bulbs. Read on to learn where you can replace and save.
All of the appliances in your home cost money to run, but there are steps you can take to cut down on how much you put them to work. Following the steps below can help you save money and energy that you may be wasting.
As part of the Austin Energy All-Stars Program, your child has brought a kit full of energy-efficient items home from school. Installing these items is the first step to saving energy and consequently, your money. The purpose of the kit and the items it includes is to help students and their families learn how to use energy more efficiently at home, which results in big savings now and in the future. Now you can take those savings even further by putting the savings tips below to use. Learn how you and your family can make a big impact on energy usage!
All savings tips are derived from ENERGY STAR® and Energy.gov.
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