Alliance to Save Energy takes a look at three gadgets from the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show it considers energy efficient.
Current home energy management systems require smart meters, thermostats and various other appliances in order to work properly. But what if all of those extra devices just weren’t necessary?
What will set these new offerings apart from what’s already available, and will they be able to succeed where others have failed?
Windows that will shrink your energy bill and clean themselves. And they’re both Cradle-to-Cradle certified.
Google’s PowerMeter may have been a flop, but that doesn’t mean cloud-based energy monitoring is doomed.
Commercial clean energy wasn’t the only beneficiary of the last-minute “fiscal cliff” legislation.
A cement-encased power strip that protects your devices and reduces your energy bill.