Want to make a change that can quickly lower your home heating and cooling costs? Consider installing a programmable or self-programming thermostat.
If you ask small business owners to name their number one expense, many will give you the same answer: Energy. ENERGY STAR estimates that small businesses across the nation spend more than $60 billion a year on energy.
As part of our “Which is More Energy Efficient” series, we’ve been looking at common household appliances and evaluating which are more energy efficient. (Take our quiz to see how savvy you are about which appliances use the least amount of energy.
Changing energy consumption habits might not be top of mind for many people, but small changes can have a big impact on your energy bill. And it pays in more ways than just on your monthly statement.
Small, everyday changes in your power consumption can be easy to make. They don’t cost much, but they can add up to real energy savings.
Running a successful small business means making every dollar count, every day of the year. But, we know that fall and winter can be especially hard on your energy bill.