WASHINGTON – With the increase in energy prices, it’s important to know there are ways to lower your energy bill, maintain the overall comfort of your home and be energy efficient.
And, as you do these things, you can help the environment. Using less energy means less air pollution from power plants that burn oil, coal or natural gas. Pollution from these sources can cause respiratory disease, smog and acid rain, and contribute to global climate change.
Be energy efficient. Consumer Federation of America offers these tips on how to be environmentally friendly and save energy in your home:
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