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View Resource Saving Electricity, Michael Bluejay

This is a good site on saving electricity. It provides in depth information on what uses electricity, how much it uses, ideas for saving, and good ways to estimate how much you will save for each...

http://michaelbluejay.com/electricity/
View Resource Landscape and Human Health Laboratory

This site contains a number of research summaries presenting the benefits to people from the natural environment. Presented by the Human-Environment Research Laboratory (HERL), Frances Kuo and...

http://www.lhhl.uiuc.edu/
View Resource Energy Federation Incorporated

EFI was incorporated May 25th, 1982 by six non-profit energy organizations with the purposes of helping those member groups and other organizations economically purchase quality conservation products...

http://www.efi.org/about.html
View Resource Earthship Biotecture

Earthship Design Principles: 1)Thermal/Solar Heating & Cooling 2)Solar & Wind Electricity 3)Contained Sewage Treatment 4)Building with Natural & Recycled Materials 5)Water Harvesting 6)Food Production

http://www.earthship.net/
View Resource 1-Watt Compliant Products

Following is a list of the appliances in our database that have standby losses of 1 watt or less. This is not an exhaustive list of 1-watt compliant devices, but only those we have actually measured....

http://standby.lbl.gov/archives/1w-products.html
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