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save more on electricity–saving on heating costs

Heating is one of the biggest energy cost in the home. Make a big impact on your energy bills by reducing the cost of heating your home.

save more on electricity – turn off standby power

The final installment of how to reduce the cost of electricity in the home is one of the easiest ways to save on electricity – turning off electronics at the wall instead of leaving them on standby.

save more on your electricity bill –10 ways to reduce the cost of cooking

10 tips on reducing the energy cost of cooking. Many of these tips will not only save you money on electricity, they will save you time in the kitchen as well.

save more on electricity–lighting

Tips on saving money on lighting the home. Part of a series on saving money on electricity around the home.

save more on your electricity bill–refrigeration

Some tips on saving money on the refrigeration and freezing costs. Part 4 of a series on saving electricity in the home.

how would you like an extra $500 every year? reducing your electricity bill: it’s worth it

Talking about ways to save on electricity can seem a little boring. What’s not boring is all the cash that’s going to stay in your pocket if you action the ways to save on electricity. Here’s a look at just how much you could save.

save more on your electricity bill–appliances

The next biggest consumer after heating and cooling and hot water are appliances and electronics. Here’s how to save on appliances.

save more on your electricity bill–saving on hot water heating

Part three in a series on saving money on electricity. Looking at the second biggest energy consumer – the hot water heater.

save more on your electricity bill–saving on home cooling costs

Cooling your home can account for up to 40% of your summertime energy bills. Here are some tips that will reduce your cooling expenses and therefore drastically cut your overall electricity bill.

smart ways to make big savings on your energy bill

To get the biggest savings on your energy bills, you’ve got to target the biggest areas of energy consumption. Here’s how to find out what those areas are.