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Colgate Uses Super Bowl Commercial to Spread Message of Conservation

Jenny Lou Bement | Feb 8, 2016

The Super Bowl - it's every large company's marketing opportunity of the year with roughly half of the United States tuned in and ready to be entertained, not only by sports, but by the legendary ads that have become a tradition of this American pastime.

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January Company Spotlight: BlueAvocado

The Team | Jan 25, 2016

Editor's note: At SaveOnEnergy.comĀ®, we decided to start something new this year. Read More

Quiz: Are You a Winter Weather Warrior?

Jenny Lou Bement | Jan 19, 2016

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Looking for Eco-Friendly Gifts? Read the SaveOnEnergy Staff Picks

The Team | Dec 9, 2015

Shopping for the holidays can become a pain, especially when you're looking for environmentally friendly gifts that are neat but don't break the bank. Read More

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Student Wins 2015 Education Scholarship

The Team | Nov 23, 2015 is happy to announce Rachel Douglas of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire as the recipient of our 2015 Education Scholarship. Read More

The Real Holiday Shopping Scare? A Pumpkin Shortage!

Heather Bailey | Nov 4, 2015

Warm fall flavors are one of the best parts about the weather turning colder. Read More Announces 2015 Teacher Grant Recipients

The Team | Oct 28, 2015

Thank you to everyone who submitted a lesson plan or spread the word about our first Teacher Grant. Read More

Top 5 Pennsylvania Cities to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

Elizabeth Segarra | Oct 1, 2015

Pittsburgh and Philadelphia may have a lot to offer for Pennsylvania residents, but what about other cities in the Keystone State that are often overlooked? Read More

How Far Does Our Food Travel?

Elizabeth Segarra | Sep 4, 2015

I recently visited my parents in Charlotte, NC, and went grocery shopping with my mom. Read More

Rooftops Turn Green in France - and Beyond

Jennifer Koniuk | Jun 12, 2015

According to an article published by CBS News, the French Parliament recently mandated that new buildings in commercial areas must have solar panels or plants covering part of their rooftops. Read More

Innovation in Battery Tech Could Lower Cost of Plug-In Cars

Tyler Rice | Jun 5, 2015

According to, of the more than 16.5 million new cars and trucks sold in the United States in 2014, a mere 0.4 percent were electric models. Read More

Are Autonomous Cars The Future of Automobiles?

Jenny Lou Bement | May 29, 2015

Remember when you were a kid, dreaming about a self-driving car? Read More

Debunking Common Misconceptions about the State of the Environment

Tara Copeland | May 8, 2015

In college, a friend of mine had this quote taped to his door: "Complacency is the evil of success." Read More

Will Block Island Change The U.S. Perception Of Offshore Wind Energy?

Jenny Lou Bement | May 1, 2015

Europe has been using offshore wind energy for more than a decade and has deployed more than 7 gigawatts of electricity with these turbines. Read More

Think Falling Oil Prices Will Stifle Renewable Energy Growth? Think Again

Tara Copeland | Apr 24, 2015

A recent report from the United Nations Environment Programme demonstrated a strong surge in green energy investment around the world, thanks in large part to new solar and wind power installations. Read More

Coal-Fired Electricity Plants Closing Across the U.S.

Tara Copeland | Apr 17, 2015

In 2014, the U.S. Read More

Solar Company Fights Back Against Utility's Fee for Solar Customers

Tara Copeland | Mar 10, 2015

Last week, residential and commercial solar leasing company SolarCity filed suit against Arizona utility Salt River Project (SRP) for alleged use of anti-competitive practices. Read More

Residential Electricity Prices on the Rise in 2015

Tyler Rice | Jan 16, 2015

Outlook data for 2015 released by the U.S. Read More

Green 2014: Year in Review

Tara Copeland | Jan 2, 2015

As we say goodbye to 2014, we take a look back at the year's great strides in green energy. Read More

Should Hazardous Waste Combustion Be Considered Renewable Energy in Michigan?

Jenny Lou Bement | Dec 19, 2014

On December 4, a bill seeking to redefine "renewable energy" passed in the Michigan House. Read More

Give Green with These SaveOnEnergy Staff Picks

The Team | Nov 19, 2014

At, we spend a lot of time researching green energy and learning how to save energy and money. Read More