Using fans and open windows to keep your home at a comfortable temperature can be more effective than you might imagine-and it saves energy in the process.
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How to Save Energy
Check out these tips to see what action you can take this season or year-round.
Love Your Fans
Free the Filter
Replace dirty, clogged HVAC filters every one to two months during the summer to lower your energy use by 5% to 15%.
Maintain Your AC
Clean your AC's evaporator coils and drain channels. Keep the area outside your unit free from overgrown foliage and inspect the seal between your unit and the frame to ensure there are no leaks.
Upgrade the Goods
Switch to energy-efficient appliances, fans and electronics. Using certified products throughout your home could save you nearly $750 over the lifetime of the product.
Turn the Lights Off
Simply flip the light switch off when no one is in a room, and you'll save energy. It's too easy.
Stock the Freezer
Keep your freezer full. An empty freezer uses more energy to stay cold. Pack your freezer with more food or even with gallon containers of water.
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Our Energy Heroes
It’s happening all over California. Residents, businesses and communities are coming together to reduce their impact on the environment and become today’s Energy Heroes. See for yourself.
Straus Family Creamery is using cow power to run their farms and produce 100% organic milk. Literally.
See how Sierra Nevada Brewing has become nearly independent from the grid, operating with clean and renewable energy sources.
EcoFit is harnessing human power. Learn how energy you spend at the gym could be used to power the gym itself—or other things.
From sourcing beans to roasting them, Equator Coffees & Teas is reducing energy consumption and making an excellent product.