Editor’s Note: To view the 500+ different energy and water conservation tips for the home we have collected, simply access our Un-Official Guide To Home Energy & Water Conservation, 2nd Edition
Back on July 2nd, we released our updated Un-Official Guide to Home Energy and Water Conservation, now containing more than 500 money saving suggestions, ideas and tips we have collected from hundreds of households across North America over the past 20 months on ways to reduce energy and water consumption in and around the home.
By doing this, households can save money through reduced electric, water, natural gas, home heating oil, etc. utility bills as well as reduce its direct and indirect consumption of non-renewable energy and clean water resources.
Since this is the summer time we immediately went to describe all of the 80 suggestions related to keeping a home cooler during the summer. Next, we reviewed the 55 ideas on how to reduce the amount of fresh water consumed outside the home followed by our review of the 66 ideas for reducing the amount of fresh water families and individuals consume inside their home. This was followed by reviewing the many 115 different ideas within our Un-Official Guide available to household for reducing their consumption of non-renewable resources used to provide electricity.
Today, we summarize the 24 tips suggested to us on ways households could reduce the energy consumed when cooking in the home.
First, providing the full listing of all 24 energy conservation tips related to cooking activities.
Second, we provide direct links to the two articles where we describe each of these suggestions.
In case you are curious, the money saving tips in the list below with the single asterisk ‘*’ came from our first home energy saving contest in the fall of 2008 while those with the double asterisk ‘*’ came from your second home energy and water saving contest during the summer of 2009.
Lastly, remember to use the horizontal scroll bar at the end of the list to see our classifications of Installation Cost, Installation Complexity, Frequency and Potential Payback for each of these home cooling suggestions. Hopefully you can find a few that you can start using.
And now, here are the direct links to each of the 10 articles on the many, many different ways to reduce the consumption of electricity within the household:
When we return to this series of article reviewing the 500+ ideas within our Un-Official Guide to Home Energy and Water Conservation, 2nd Edition, we will focus on the tips for reducing consumption of non-renewable resources in a household by water heating.
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