Making practical changes to how you use energy in your daily life is an easy way to save money. Check out these 10 simple actions that you can take today to save money on your energy bills, reduce energy use, and help the environment:
Playing video games is a popular activity that can provide hours of entertainment. Although they can be fun, they can also consume considerable amounts of time and energy! Thankfully, there are a few simple things gamers can do to switch things up.
Being aware of how much energy your buildings are using should matter to you. Greener, more energy-efficient buildings can provide economic and health benefits, all while helping the planet. If you’re able to measure the energy your buildings use, you can manage it.
Professional-grade equipment represents 35% of energy used in the average Canadian commercial kitchen. The food service industry is very energy-intensive; learn how you can reduce your operating costs!
Spring has sprung and it’s time to hit refresh on your household energy use. Here are four easy spring-cleaning hacks to help you enjoy effortless energy savings well into the summer.
The living room is a busy hub for your family – from game nights to Saturday morning cartoons – a lot of time and energy are spent here.
Want to keep the air in your home fresh while improving your home's heating efficiency? Look no further than a heat/energy recovery ventilator (H/ERV). Learn about the many benefits of investing in an H/ERV to keep your home comfortable and help you save on utility bills.
Last in line to take your shower, again, and there’s no more hot water? This is one reason you might start thinking about a new water heater. With many options to choose from, it’s important to learn and understand the benefits of different systems.