Find out what you can learn about saving energy in your home from this year's Solar Decathlon contestants.
All week long, we’ve taken you inside the world of weatherization to show you how the Energy Department’s Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) is impacting the lives of millions of American families and helping to build the clean energy economy. As our own Weatherization Week draws to a close, we want to make sure you have everything you need to help your family and friends become more energy efficient.
Replacing your conventional power strips with advanced power strips can help reduce the electricity wasted when electronics are idle, without your having to change the way you normally use your devices.
Today, the President released a letter to U.S. government employees, thanking them for their service in the light of the current federal government shutdown.
Due to the current lapse in federal funding, the Department of Energy's website is accessible, but may not be updated until Congress approves funding for Fiscal Year 2014.
Use these tips to save some energy—and money—in your rented apartment this fall.
Use the final days of summer to get your home ready to save energy and money this fall and winter.
Back-to-school time can mean savings for your household.
Add reduce, reuse, and recycle to your back-to-school shopping list this fall.
Save energy when you head back to school this year.
The first step to saving energy and money is a home energy audit.
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