Many Canadians have settled into a new routine of working from home. This comes with many challenges such as using new technologies, managing embarrassing ‘un-muted’ moments and an increase in home energy use.
We spend a lot of time in the kitchen, but that does not mean we have to spend a lot of energy to keep it running. These recipes make it simple to cook up some savings.
The annual ENERGY STAR® Canada Awards recognize businesses and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to protecting the environment through superior energy achievements. Here are five good reasons you should apply for the ENERGY STAR Canada Awards:
Space heating costs the average Canadian homeowner more than $1,113 a year – more than half of the home’s total energy bill (54%)!
The holidays are not cheap, we know! Is your bank account still recovering from all of your expenses? Don’t panic, we have low cost tips to help you save energy and recover financially this New Year.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and the most expensive! Make this season holly, jolly and energy-efficient without breaking the bank.
Don’t let the winter blues get you down this year. Keep your spirits high, your bills low and your home warm this season with these toasty tips.
Are you stuck debating between getting someone socks or another gift card? Figuring out the perfect holiday gifts can be a struggle. This Black Friday, why not look for great deals on gifts your loved ones will actually enjoy and benefit from all year round – energy-efficient products.
Thought you were being efficient by washing your dishes by hand? Think again! Washing your dishes by hand, especially with hot water, wastes water, energy and time. Learn how to use your dishwasher more efficiently to optimize savings in your kitchen.
We have some extra-hot, no-foam, half-sweet, decaf, eco-friendly, energy saving tips for your coffee business. Learn how to save money and boost your bottom line.