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We are always on the lookout for ways to save energy and lower our monthly utility bills. It seems like everyone has an opinion or idea about the best way to save energy. But with so many resources available, where do you turn? 

Every home is different and everyone has different circumstances and needs. Some live in large, suburban homes, others in older homes, apartments or city lofts. This is why energy saving tips are not all one size fits all.  We have compiled a list of resources for you to tailor to your energy savings needs.  We hope you’ll enjoy them as much as we do.

• www.energysavers.gov
Your go-to resource for year round energy-saving tips of all kinds from energy-saving appliances, remodeling for energy efficiency to how to save money on your monthly heating and cooling bill, the U.S. Department of Energy provides a valuable resource.

• www.energysavers.gov/tips
www.energysavers.gov/seasonal/index.html
www.energysavers.gov/information_resources/index.cfm/mytopic=60002
Delve even further into the U.S. Department of Energy’s site for ways to save energy inside your home and out.  Tips include free and low-cost suggestions plus links to other valuable energy related publications too.

• www.dteenergy.com/residentialcustomers/saveenergy/
If you have every wondered how your energy bills are calculated, DTE Energy’s site would interest you.  This site provides information about how gas and electrical bills are calculated alongside tips energy saving solutions.

• www.psc.state.fl.us/consumers/house/
Provided by the Florida Public Service Commission, this site features a helpful house enegy calculator as well as an interactive diagram of a house that allows you to click each room for energy saving tips.

• www.consumerenergycenter.org/tips/index.html
Want energy saving tips for the winter?  The California Energy Commission has a great site, including a page that lists free and inexpensive ways to save energy.

August 29, 2014