There some less-than-obvious sources of energy consumption around the average home, ones that can contribute heavily to your electricity expenses.
Any homeowner looking to improve their residence’s energy efficiency – and greatly reduce their monthly utility expenses – should invest in renovating their windows around the house.
A new report from the Department of Energy-funded research center Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory reveals that the United States has only achieved 39 percent efficiency thus far.
With support for energy efficiency gaining momentum among both businesses and the government, the green power movement could outright replace the electrical grid with smaller, renewable microgrids.
A pair of architects from Natick, Massachusetts, have lent their voices to the energy efficiency debate, proposing a method to create more green-friendly homes.
A group of Tea Party activists have announced a new partnership with environmentalists to promote an energy efficiency initiative in Georgia.
The National Home Performance Council is launching a new nationwide awareness campaign in September, designed to target how realtors gather and aggregate market data for energy efficient homes.
Construction companies have begun using older, more traditional materials that had been ignored by the building industry for decades. Because these older materials have environmentally-friendly roots, they are perfectly conducive to building the kinds of green homes that Americans are clamoring for.