Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Lab Homes project is designed to test how new building technologies work and calculate their energy savings.
About one-third of electricity consumption in homes is attributed to miscellaneous and electronic loads (MELs) — appliances like toasters, printers, fans and clocks.
New consumer product energy efficiency standards are helping bring to market devices offering better energy savings.
Keeping energy efficiency in mind, here are a few improvements you — or a qualified contractor — can do to help make your basement less scary.
Improved energy efficiency could save American consumers approximately $1,000 on their annual energy bill, according to estimates in a new report.
The new N180-Start, targeting emerging markets, is a solar light bulb pricing at just $6 a pop.
To commemorate National Energy Action Month, we’re featuring some scarily effective ways to save energy at home.