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From Guest Blogger Nina Simons: Five Ways To Save Money, Energy and Planet

With the start of the new year, everyone is striving to become better, to dream more, or complete new resolutions and make plans. When you’re already trying to be better then why don’t you also try to be more eco-friendly,

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From Guest Blogger Kara Masterson: Generating Life–Five Reasons to Plant Trees on Your Property

If you are a new homeowner, then you can begin to plant trees to help the environment. While you weren’t able to plant an assortment of trees while living in an apartment or rental home, this is one of the

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From Guest Blogger Megan Belnap: Green Home–Five Ways to Make Your House Economical and Energy-Saving

Some home improvement and upgrading projects are largely designed to bolster aesthetic appeal, but others can have far-reaching effects in different ways. For example, some improvements and upgrades could help you to make your home greener and more energy efficient.

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From Guest Blogger Bara Sykorova: Actionable Steps to Save Energy in Wintertime

With the temperatures dropping down closer to zero it is time to be mindful about winter heating bills. Costs for heating up the house slowly go up as the demand for electricity and heating increases due to colder temperatures and

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From Guest Blogger Meghan Belnap: Why Energy-Efficient Vehicles are the Way to Go

Much of our lives are shaped around our vehicles. They bring us to work, home, and around the country easily. Advancements in vehicular technology since the days of Henry Ford have been monumental and are continuing. With rising concerns about

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From Guest Blogger Kara Masterson: Greener Homes and Gardens–Four Energy Tips for Homeowners

The average household spends about $2,100 per year on energy. There are things that you can do to cut down on your energy use that will help you save money. You will also be protecting the environment by cutting down

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Tech Progress: How Science Can Save Energy and Lives

The ability to measure electrical currents is important in the optimizing the efficiency of the electrical system, as well as safety reasons. Recent advances in sensor technology allow engineers to measure currents in smaller increments than in the past.

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From Guest Blogger Kara Masterson: Living Green–A Guide to Incorporating Alternative Energy into Your Home Lifestyle

Being green matters. Not only does it help the world, but it also helps you. Making your home a little more eco-friendly can save you money by helping you switch to renewable energy. The following are a few pointers that may

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weakly: Home Efficiency–How New Windows Can Help You Save Money on Your Energy Bill

A drafty home is costing you money every day. Those drafts bring in hot air in the summer and cold air in the winter. That means you are paying more to heat and cool your home year round. If your

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From Guest Blogger Kara Masterson: Five Tips for a More Environmentally Friendly Home

You don’t need to be an environmental enthusiast to understand the benefits of an environmentally-friendly home. A green home is not only beneficial to your planet, but it also saves you lots of money in the end. Using less energy

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