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In Texas, it will be a long, hot and expensive summer

The Team | Feb 21, 2018

If you're a resident of the Lone Star State, you may be surprised to know that electricity supply rates are expected to spike big-time this summer.

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Piezoelectric Roads Coming to California

Jordan Craven | Sep 2, 2016

Renewable energy generation is increasing in popularity, with about 13 percent of electricity generation coming from renewable sources in 2015. Read More

June Company Spotlight: United By Blue

Jordan Craven | Jun 24, 2016

No matter whether you’re shopping for grooming accessories, a new jacket, coffee beans or camping supplies, United By Blue can help you shop responsibly. Read More

May Company Spotlight: Brilliant Earth

Jordan Craven | May 18, 2016

Finding conflict-free, ethically sourced engagement and wedding rings is a feat many engaged people may have found difficult to attain until Beth Gerstein and Eric Grossberg founded Brilliant Earth. Read More

April Company Spotlight: gDiapers

Jordan Craven | Apr 22, 2016

Fair Dinkum: Be real, have integrity and be genuine. Read More

March Company Spotlight: SoapBox Soaps

Jordan Craven | Mar 30, 2016

A clean body and a clear conscience is what SoapBox Soaps is after. Read More

Energy Credits to Remember When Filing Your Taxes

Jordan Craven | Feb 28, 2016

Taxes can be complicated - especially if you can't simply fill out the 1040EZ form - with so many forms to collect and so many deductions to remember. Read More

February Company Spotlight: Purely Elizabeth

Elizabeth Segarra | Feb 26, 2016

You are what you eat, and according to Purely Elizabeth, you should eat purely. Read More

What Presidents Do With Their Power - Electric Power!

Heather Bailey | Feb 15, 2016

George Washington became president 100 years before Thomas Edison first patented his incandescent light bulb. 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 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

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

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

Queens University of Charlotte Student Wins SaveOnEnergy Education Scholarship

The Team | Nov 14, 2014 is happy to announce Perrin Thompson of Queens University of Charlotte, N.C., as the recipient of our 2014 Education Scholarship. Read More