THINGS YOU CAN DO
Use alternate transportation; take the bus or metro, ride your bike and walk.
Turn off your lights when they’re not needed.
Unplug your electronics when they’re not in use or use a power strip and turn it off.
Set your thermostat to 68°F in the winter (lower while you’re asleep or away from home) and 78°F in the summer (higher when you’re away).
Open windows, adjust blinds and use fans to naturally control daylight and temperature indoors.
Wash your clothes in cold water and line dry.
Do your laundry and dishes less often by washing only full loads.
INFORMATION YOU CAN USE FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Benefits of LED Lighting
Heat Pump Systems