By cutting back on your energy use, you will be cutting back on your energy costs. From the extreme to the mundane, every energy-efficient change you make can reflect on your energy bill. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of simple things you can do to make your home and your life more energy-efficient. If you're ready to make a change, check out's tricks, tips and advice to become the biggest saver on your block!

Recycling is Still Relevant

Gabriella Itzler | Nov 13, 2017

Celebrate "America Recycles Day" with this reminder of just how important recycling is to our planet's preservation.

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Compare Products for Energy Efficiency Before You Buy

Heather Bailey | May 14, 2014

The refrigerator hasn't been keeping food cold enough for a week now so you figure it's time to start looking for a new one. Read More

Conduct a DIY Home Energy Audit: Part 2

Brittany Williams | May 7, 2014

In our previous post about conducting your own energy audit we provided information on finding air leaks and inspecting the insulation levels in your home. Read More

Top 10 Green Gift Ideas for Mother's Day

Brittany Williams | Apr 30, 2014

There are 84.5 million mothers in the United States, according to the last update from United States Census Bureau. Read More

Conduct a DIY Home Energy Audit: Part 1

Brittany Williams | Apr 23, 2014

The first step in making your home more energy efficient is to see what improvements need to be made. Read More

Best Energy-Saving Gadgets for Your Home

Brittany Williams | Apr 9, 2014

If you are ready to ramp up your home with the latest eco tools or you simply want to cut down on energy costs, these green gadgets could be just what you are looking for. Read More

10 Texas Cities to Get the Biggest Bang for Your Buck

Brittany Williams | Apr 2, 2014

When it comes to finding the best place to live in Texas, you've got to factor in more than just home costs. Read More

5 Free and Easy Ways to Save Energy

Heather Bailey | Mar 26, 2014

We've all read numerous tips on how to save energy, from turning off the lights when you leave a room to looking for the ENERGY STAR logo when shopping for new appliances, but do they really help that much?  Yes! Read More

Tesla's Latest Revolution: The Gigafactory

Brittany Williams | Mar 5, 2014

Tesla Motors has already transformed the electric car industry, creating a luxury electric vehicle that's more powerful and efficient than any other electric car on the market. Read More

7 Ways the Super Bowl Saves You Money

Brittany Williams | Jan 29, 2014

The Super Bowl is usually associated with large sums of money. Read More

Can Smart Streetlights Save Enough Energy to Stop Blackouts?

Brittany Williams | Jan 15, 2014

In the middle of the night, it's not uncommon to find hundreds, maybe thousands of city streetlights lighting up the night sky in any city. Read More

Do Motion Sensor Light Switches Save Energy?

Graham Shorr | Jan 8, 2014

Motion sensitive light switches are growing in popularity. Read More

2014 Makes Way for More Efficient Light Bulbs

Brittany Williams | Jan 1, 2014

At the beginning of 2014, light bulb manufacturers will stop producing 40- and 60-watt incandescent light bulbs, phasing out the last of the inefficient lighting options on the market. Read More

Businesses Find Big Savings Through Sustainability Efforts

Brittany Williams | Dec 25, 2013

Every energy-efficient change you make is going to impact your bottom line. Read More

10 Electrical Safety Tips for Christmas

Brittany Williams | Dec 18, 2013

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Saving Energy Over The Winter

Patrick McCaully | Dec 9, 2013

For many people, winter means more than a season of gray skies and heavy coats; it's also the time when energy bills go through the roof. Read More

Save More Energy This Holiday with Efficient Lights

Patrick McCaully | Dec 4, 2013

Even if you're a certified Griswold when it comes to home holiday decorations, you don't have to rack up an energy bill the size of Texas to win the most festive house on the block award. Read More

Time Change Serves as a Reminder for Energy Saving Maintenance

Graham Shorr | Nov 6, 2013

The end of Daylight Saving Time means shorter days and longer nights, and is an ominous reminder of the winter months ahead. Read More

Duct Tape Surprisingly Not for Ducts

Brittany Williams | Oct 30, 2013

You can use duct tape for almost anything. Read More

Save Energy While Redecorating Your Home

Heather Bailey | Oct 16, 2013

Redecorating a room is a great way to express your personality. Read More

The Right Refrigerator Can Help You Save On Energy Costs

Patrick McCaully | Oct 2, 2013

Although most people shopping for refrigerators are doing so either out of necessity or as part of a larger renovation of their entire kitchen space, taking the time to really shop around for the best refrigerator is something everyone should do. Read More