Similar to functions on hybrid cars that provide drivers with tips for fuel-efficient driving, the ZW Series of air conditioning units from Mitsubishi provides users with tips for energy-efficient cooling.
The new Kill-A-Watt Graphic Interface gadget power monitor doubles as a surge protector and a programmable appliance timer, allowing users to control how much energy is consumed by a given device.
A new application for iPhone and iPod Touch allows users with an Ecobee Smart Thermostat to change heating and cooling settings from anywhere in the house, or even on vacation.
The California Energy Commission, in an expected move, voted unanimously to enact strong energy efficiency standards on television manufacturers selling TVs in that state.
A large-screen TV may actually be a green household purchase this holiday season, as today’s plasma displays use less than 50% of the power associated with their older, outdated cousins.
NEC Display Solutions announces its new, eco-friendly LCD175M MultiSync monitor, intended for use in business and educational environments.
A new compact fluorescent light (CFL) claims to reduce the mercury exposure health risks associated with broken bulbs.