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Food Storage

Keeping food cold can use a lot of energy. Here’s another area where you need to make careful decisions. Refrigerators: Like dishwashers,…

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0 Feb 22, 2013

Washing Dishes: By Machine or by Hand?

Studies have found that a new, energy-efficient dishwasher saves significant amounts of both water and energy compared to hand dishwashing…

Started by Home Energy Saver

0 Feb 22, 2013

What Type of Oven?

Cooking is the heart of the kitchen; choosing the right appliances saves energy and makes cooking a pleasure. Kitchens generally have eithe…

Started by Home Energy Saver

0 Feb 22, 2013

Non-Energy Benefits of Efficient Appliances

Refrigerators Energy-efficient refrigerators are quieter, run less often, release less heat into your kitchen, and keep their contents cool…

Started by Home Energy Saver

0 Feb 18, 2013

ENERGY STAR-Qualified Appliances Can Cut Your Energy Bills

Buying and using ENERGY STAR-qualified products is a good way to reduce your energy bills and save money. The U.S. Environmental Protection…

Started by Home Energy Saver

0 Feb 18, 2013

Choose the Right Appliances and Use Them Right

Your appliances can have a big impact on your energy bills. Look for two colorful items when you’re shopping for appliances: The yellow En…

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0 Feb 18, 2013

Database for Refrigerator Models and their Energy Ratings

Many people haven't a clue how much energy their refrigerator or freezer is using every hour of every day of every year. Here is a little h…

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0 Feb 18, 2013

Appliance Myths: Busted

Appliances, both small and large, consume a great deal of energy in your home so it's smart to choose wisely when purchasing them. You shou…

Started by Home Energy Saver

0 Feb 6, 2013

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