Measure Where All Your Power Is Being Used, Part 2

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Measure Where All Your Power Is Being Used, Part 2

Using Your Smart Meter and Circuit Breaker to Measure Everything Else

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Identifying Refrigerators to Recycle Early: Replacing Your Refrigerator

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January 01, 2001

In 2001, I had a chance to visit the headquarters and research laboratories of the Whirlpool Corporation. [continue reading]

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Refrigerator Monitoring, A Sequel

Author: Larry Kinney
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September 01, 2000

How briefly can you monitor refrigerator energy use and still get valid results? Home Energy takes another look at this timely topic. [continue reading]

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Motors Matter

Author: Jeanne Byrne
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July 01, 2000

These underappreciated - but growing - consumers of household energy deserve more attention. [continue reading]

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European Appliance Efficiency Revs Up

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November 01, 1999

Many European appliance manufacturers are making highly energy-efficient products and phasing out their low-efficiency models. [continue reading]

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Appliance Efficiency--California in the Vanguard Again

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September 01, 1999

The California Energy Commission (CEC) published the nation's first appliance efficiency regulations in 1976. The regulations set minimum performance standards for those appliances whose use requires a significant amount of energy on a statewide basis. [continue reading]

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Cutting-Edge Blades Slash Fan Energy Use

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July 01, 1999

Ceiling fans can be an efficient way to cool people down in moderately warm weather. However, while they do create a breeze on the body and lower skin temperature, their motors use electricity inefficiently and also generate heat. [continue reading]

HVAC Contractor Spotlight: Rick Picard

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HVAC Contractor Spotlight: Rick Picard

Commitment to superior customer service is one of the reasons that Rodenhiser Plumbing, Heating, HVAC and Electric has served the ...

The Real Women of Home Performance: Cindy Ojczyk

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The Real Women of Home Performance: Cindy Ojczyk

Cindy Ojczyk (pronounced o-check) is the owner of Simply Green Design, where she helps clients navigate the process of creating ...

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