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Energy Efficiency, Incentives & Projects

Much of the electricity supplied to American homes today is generated by burning fossil fuels, the leading cause of climate change. By using less energy at home, school, and work, you can lower the amount of greenhouse gas emissions created, improve our air quality, and save money.

Saving energy can be accomplished by using less energy—energy conservation—or doing more with the same amount of energy or less, which is known as energy efficiency. Many of the appliances or products you use have energy-efficient alternatives—light bulbs, computers, home improvement products, and automobiles. Energy efficiency can also be behavioral—washing clothes in cold water, driving less aggressively, and condensing trips. Energy efficiency is a simple, cost-effective method for reducing our impact on the environment.



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