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Friday, July 19th, 2013

Beat the Heat This Summer with Energy Savings!

When you think about summer, what you want to think about are things like backyard barbeques, the great weather and beach parties. What you don’t want to think about are high energy bills. Unfortunately, for too many of us, that’s exactly what we have to deal with. Trying to keep cool on hot summer days can be expensive. But it doesn’t have to be, which is what we’ll talk about in this issue of the RESNET SmartHome Newsletter. So sit back, grab yourself a cool drink and get ready to crack the code on energy savings in summertime!

Does a Hot Summer Mean High Energy Costs… Not Always!

Does a Hot Summer Mean High Energy CostsEverybody loves summer, right? We love the sunny days, the warmth, and let’s not forget our summer vacations! But one thing we DON’T love are those high energy bills that greet us at the end of each summer month. But it doesn’t always have to be that way; by practicing a bit of home energy efficiency, you can bring those bills right down and use that money for better things – like shopping for clothes to wear on your vacation!

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Summer Energy Saving Tips - Checklist

Summer Energy Saving TipsWe wanted to make it easy to remember our energy saving tips for this summer, so we came up with this great checklist – created just for you! Print it out and put it on your fridge, in your den, study, or hand it out to friends and family! It’s a terrific way to help you save energy and money!

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Energy News Highlights for July
A new DOE report assesses how America’s critical energy and electricity infrastructure is vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
DOE announces loan guarantee solicitation for advanced fossil energy projects that substantially reduce greenhouse gases.
Four research and development projects to drive down cost of producing gasoline, diesel and jet fuels from biomass.
Interactive map shows impacts to energy sector from climatic conditions.
A fun way to learn how the HERS Index works, what the scores mean and how they can affect you.
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