Appliance Efficiency Adds Up to Savings
The cost to run your household appliances is a large enough part of your energy budget that taking steps to use less can really pay off.
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|Purchase ENERGY STAR® certified appliances.
Appliances with the ENERGY STAR label are among the most energy-efficient available.
|Do laundry the energy-efficient way.
Washing clothes in cold water and air-drying is a great way to cut costs.
|Use smart settings on your dishwasher.
Turn off the heat boost and let your dishes air dry.
|Keep your refrigeration costs down.
With the proper placement, temperature setting and maintenance, you can keep your refrigerator running at top efficiency.
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|Be an energy-efficient cook.
When it comes to saving energy in the kitchen, there are plenty of ways to use less.