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LED Lighting Update

LED Lighting Update

By Greg Seaman, Posted April 29th, 2009

Latest developments in producing low-cost LED bulbs

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How to green your home with new stimulus money incentives

How to green your home with new stimulus money incentives

By G. Jeffrey MacDonald, Posted March 10th, 2009

“In many cases, this will make the high-efficiency product cheaper than the low-efficiency product.”

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How to stay warm while reducing your heating costs

How to stay warm while reducing your heating costs

By Greg Seaman, Posted January 30th, 2009

Much of the energy used for heating our homes is wasted, and yet the prevention is, in many cases, simple and inexpensive.

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Induction Cooking

Induction Cooking

By Greg Seaman, Posted January 28th, 2009

Induction cooking uses 90% of the energy produced compared to only 55% for a gas burner and 65% for traditional electric ranges.

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Saving water in the bathroom

Saving water in the bathroom

By wasauna.com, Posted January 28th, 2009

Bathroom showers, toilets, and sinks account for approximately 75% of the water used in our homes.

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When to turn off your lights

When to turn off your lights

By Greg Seaman, Posted January 28th, 2009

In general, the more energy-efficient a bulb/light is, the longer you can keep a light on before it is cost effective to turn it off.

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Flexible batteries that never need to be recharged

Flexible batteries that never need to be recharged

By Tyler Hamilton, Posted January 28th, 2009

“It’s the first time that a device combining energy creation and storage shows such tremendous properties.”

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