The latest news on energy
But you can buy Energy Star models—and turn them off, too.
Today's elected officials eschew sweaters and accentuate the positive.
States are changing the rules of the game so that it pays power companies not to expand.
Factories and offices often waste energy needlessly.
Individuals must take the first steps; a starting place is unnecessary consumption by computers.
Heating is still No. 1, but new devices add to electric bills.
Simple steps with fast payback can cut family power bills.
Jefferies reminds us that subsidies matter.
Its scenarios assume that rapid energy growth in Asia will shape conflict or cooperation.
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