The following web sites provide detailed information
on what can be done to cut energy waste in homes,
vehicles, and workplaces, as well as access to other
Energy Savers: Tips on Saving Energy & Money at Home
The U.S. Department of Energy has updated its
brochure and website, providing the latest and
greatest tips on ways to save energy at home. The
site includes quick, easy tips to save energy, as
well as tips for long-term energy savings.
Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
website includes lists of top-rated products, home
energy checklist, and ordering information for this
highly regarded handbook.
The Alliance to Save Energy's home energy booklet
site includes tips on saving energy in the home,
checklists, and links to other resources.
Home Energy Checkup
This web-based tool from the Alliance to Save Energy
utilizes an interactive scorecard for cutting your
home's energy bill. Find out how much your energy
bill would drop as energy efficiency measures are
ColoradoEnergy.org is a comprehensive energy
information site for the state of Colorado. It
Home Energy Checklist and
Energy Action Guide, along with links to many
other sources of energy information.
The U.S. EPA and DOE's ENERGY STAR web site lists
ENERGY STAR appliances, heating and cooling
equipment, lighting products, office equipment,
windows, and more.
Home Energy Saver
This is web-based, do-it-yourself home energy audit
tool from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.