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5 Ways to cut Energy Costs

By Alexa Connelly
May 25, 2012

A new trend in America is going green, and even if you’re not going green it’s always nice to save money, right? A way you can save some money is by cutting your energy costs at home or at your Non-Profit Organization. Here are a few tips to help you out:

  1. Consider adding solar panels. This may be a pricier choice at first but it will cost less in the long run.
  2. Check to see if the air from outside is seeping inside your house, by sealing those crevices you can save.
  3. Unplug all electronics when not in use, even though it is not being used, your energy bill is going up.
  4. Buy appliances with the “Energy Star” sticker.
  5. When leaving your house for work or leaving your office, turn down the thermostat a few notches.

By following these five tips, you will have a less expensive energy bill so that you can spend money on more important things, like a nice big screen television, a day at the spa, or even a vacation!

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