You have the power to save.
Energy costs could be using up as much as 25% of your family’s income. But by taking some simple steps to improve energy efficiency, you could save up to 15% on your energy bills each year.
Practice energy efficiency at home.
Becoming energy efficient is easier than you may think. There are many no-cost or low-cost ways to reduce your energy use—from turning lights off when not in use to switching to products that use less energy. Check out the tips on the reverse side to learn how you can become more energy efficient, save money and help protect the environment.
Follow these bright ideas to save energy:
Clean up with savings on wash day:
Beat the heat and stay comfortable with these energy savers:
You can save energy even when you’re on the go:
Refrigerators and Freezers
Your refrigerator and freezer use more electricity than any other appliance in your kitchen. Save energy with these tips: