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Clean Up with These Energy-Saving Laundry Tips

The average American household washes 400 loads of laundry per year, using about 40 gallons of water for a single load. Washing and drying your clothes more efficiently can reduce your water and energy use significantly. Eight energy-saving laundry tips Wash clothes in cold water whenever possible. Unless you are dealing with oily stains, a […]

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See Your Business in a Whole New Light

Good outdoor lighting design can improve security and make your business stand out. Available lamp options vary in light output, color quality and lighting efficiency. Both the architectural style and the needs of the facility should be considered. Businesses are always looking for ways to make their facilities stand out. In addition to added security, […]

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LEDs: Shedding Light on the Hype

LEDs are hailed as the latest in energy-efficient lighting technology, but are not often understood. An LED is a chemically treated silicone chip that releases energy in the form of a light photon. Barriers to widespread use of LEDs in general lighting applications include cost and technology. Light-emitting diode (LED) technology has been the focus […]

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Indoor Lighting: Ten Money-Saving Tips

Lighting is critical for comfort and security, but it can account for up to 15 percent of your annual electricity costs, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Reducing lighting energy use is one of the fastest and most effective ways to lower your utility bill. There are a number of things you can do […]

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Agency offers advice, assistance with weatherization

By SIMON RIOS, Union Leader Correspondent NASHUA – Turn it off, turn it down, tune it up, and buy smart. That was the message of a recent presentation on weatherization and energy efficiency by Southern New Hampshire Services workers Paul Chalifour, an energy auditor, and Dan Girard, a technical coordinator for the organization. Though it’s among the […]

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