Updates on Energy Savings from RMI

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] The Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) has updated its Home Energy Briefs. Pamphlets on lighting, space cooling and heating, water heating, cleaning appliances, electronics, kitchen appliances, the building envelope and whole system design provide energy and money-saving tips for homeowners. Originally written in 1994, the Briefs remain an extremely popular tool for consumers to learn where and how they can save energy and money in the home. The updated versions contain new statistics, expanded tables, and up-to-date tips on how to apply energy efficiency at the residential level. The updated Home Energy Briefs were made possible by generous support from Stonyfield Farm, the National Association of Realtors, the Durst Organization, and Deborah Reich.
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