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  1. Perhaps the most practical benefit of learning how to save electricity is a significant reduction on your energy bills. More importantly, preventing climate change will erase the negative impact that global warming can have to the weather, the environment
    24-03-2010 by willisjustice and 1 other
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  2. Perhaps the most practical benefit of learning how to save electricity is a significant reduction on your energy bills. More importantly, preventing climate change will erase the negative impact that global warming can have to the weather, the environment
    24-03-2010 by archie_moss and 1 other
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  3. In addition to the commercial energy saving products which are available in the market today, you can actually take advantage of renewable energy sources in powering up your homes. Instead of having to cut a huge amount off your household budget to pay yo
    24-03-2010 by eltongary and 1 other
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  4. In addition to the commercial energy saving products which are available in the market today, you can actually take advantage of renewable energy sources in powering up your homes. Instead of having to cut a huge amount off your household budget to pay yo
    24-03-2010 by willisjustice and 1 other
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  5. The FS-C5100DN incorporates all the good things that Kyocera offers in its ECOSYS technology and the printer is an excellent choice for using in offices that need high quality color printouts. Most other color printers of this quality are too high priced,
    07-04-2010 by wini121
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  6. When it comes to energy hogs in your home, few devices are as harmful to the environment and your utility bill as a big-screen TV. While the move from CRT to flat panel technology has generally meant some power savings, that's ultimately been outweighed
    07-04-2010 by sammaaaama
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  7. It's about to get a lot harder for televisions to earn that familiar Energy Star logo. On May 1, the new Energy Star 4.0 standard for televisions, published last September, becomes effective. The maximum amount of power an Energy Star TV can consume will
    02-05-2010 by dscottdstt
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  8. Google – along with 46 other organizations – is pressing harder than ever for progress in terms of informing consumers about their energy consumption. Google – and those 46 other entities – wrote a letter to the president today, asking for his help in th
    18-07-2010 by dante63ayala
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  9. It has been stated by government officials that more than 80% of the energy used by most families occurs during winter. Energy is used to heat the homes during extreme weather conditions in winter. Knowing this and also knowing that there is an...
    01-12-2010 by wliang
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  10. Leptin serves a major role in moderating energy intake and energy expenditure
    12-03-2011 by vanchipenstrin and 13 others
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