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.
By considering efficiency when buying or using appliances, you can save money on your monthly energy bills.
Consider whether a small wind electric system is right for you.
Trees, fans, and window treatments can keep you cool and save energy this summer.
Follow these easy tips to make this year's family reunion more energy-efficient.
Try these cheap, easy fixes for keeping your home cooler this summer.
Looking for the latest in energy efficiency technology? Check out these National Lab breakthroughs that could help homeowners save energy and money.
Enjoy the summer weather while saving energy with a picnic.
Make an energy independence pledge to save energy and money this summer.
When shopping for your new home, look for these energy efficiency indicators.
Video documents a group of fourth graders quest to take their classroom "off the grid."
Brighten up your evenings this summer with energy-efficient outdoor lighting.
We asked, you shared your tips for saving energy and money during summer.
The Energy Department's new PSAs offer practical and simple actions that both homeowners and renters can take to save money on their energy bills.
Check out the options for hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles this summer.
Counting down the top facts about light-emitting diodes. Read on to test your LED knowledge.
Consider whether a home solar electric system is right for you.
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