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To learn how you can save energy, click onto any of the sites below that offer comprehensive information on energy efficiency for homes and businesses.
» SavingsCentral
Find out about all the energy efficiency programs, rebates and incentives available for Central Hudson customers' homes and workplaces.
» Ask PSC
The NYS Public Service Commission presents information on green power, energy conservation, energy competition and competitive electric and natural gas suppliers.
» U.S. DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
This site, by the Energy Information Administration, provides links to a number of web sites providing information on energy efficiency at home and for businesses.
» New York Energy $mart
Brought to us by the New York Energy Research and Development Authority, this web site offers energy-saving tips and information on efficient Energy Star home appliances. It also provides information on finding home energy audit professionals.
» Energy Savers
From the U.S. Department of Energy, this on-line guide provides numerous examples of how to save energy at home.
» Home Energy Saver
Conduct a do-it-yourself energy audit, and learn more about energy efficiency on this web site, sponsored by the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency.
» U.S. Department of Energy
This site is a "library" of information, providing tips and advice on energy efficiency for the home and business. It includes sections on buying new appliances, building for energy efficiency, and information on energy initiatives across the country. It also features KidzZone, a fun, interactive web site for children, and information on conducting your own home energy audit.
» Energy Star
This web site is sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency, and contains a wealth of information on energy conservation. A section for children contains links to other great web sites geared toward younger learners.
» Energy Savers
Energy conservation ideas for homeowners, contractors, builders, and building managers. This web site is brought to us by a partnership of the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.
» More Than 100 Ways to Improve Your Electric Bill
This booklet, by Edison Electric Institute, outlines energy efficiency measures around the home and workplace.
» Maximize Your Home's Energy Efficiency
This graphic shows where energy is often wasted in homes and common-sense steps you can take to improve your home's energy efficiency and minimize your energy costs.


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