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Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels (350 ppm is considered the upper limit to avoid irreversible tipping points.)
Period:
Mar. 1982
Mar. 1992
Mar. 2002
Mar. 2011
Mar. 2012
CO2 Level:
342 ppm
358 ppm
374 ppm
392 ppm
394 ppm
data source: noaa.gov, other CO2 information: 350.org

It's really pretty simple.

Increased energy-efficiency and resource conservation are good for the environment and good for the economy. Indeed, they are good for all of us. Energy efficient lighting will lower your electric bill. Tightening up your house will reduce your heating bill. Using water-saving aerators will lower your water usage. All of these will save you money while helping the environment.

 

Where to start?

Lighting. The best options for energy efficient lighting are LED light bulbs. Replacing a 60 watt incandescent light bulb with a 11 watt energy efficient light bulb will save 85 kWh of electricity annually and can reduce associated carbon dioxide emission by over 100 pounds (based on 5 hours per day use and 1.34 lbs CO2/kWh). This Philips Lighting bulb will last more than 25 times longer than an incandescent bulb, more than twice as long as most compact fluorescent lights, and delivers an excellent quality of light. 2337
   
Water. Replace your current showerhead with a real water-saving showerhead. Commonly available 2.5 gpm "water-saving" showerheads aren't really water-saving, since this flow-rate is probably what you already have. Putting in a 1.6 gpm showerhead can reduce your water use by over 3,500 gallons a year (assuming a 10 minute daily shower). And this Evolve showerhead has a unique feature that will help to reduce wasted water even before you get in the shower. 2143
   
Controls. When you turn off electronics, really turn them off. Many electronic devices consume power all the time, such as monitors, printers, DVD players, and other home office and home entertainment equipment. An advanced powerstrip such as this Belkin model will insure that these devices are not only protected against surges, but when the main item is turned off, power is also cut to all the related items. 2313

thinkLook for the ENERGY STAR® mark. Think what you can do.
Throughout this site you will find ENERGY STAR® qualified products. ENERGY STAR is the government-backed program that helps us all save money and protect our environment with energy-efficient products and practices. Whether you are looking to replace old appliances, remodel your home, or buy a new house, ENERGY STAR can help. More than 60 types of products, including appliances, televisions, computers, heating and cooling equipment, and even new homes can earn the government's ENERGY STAR label. ENERGY STAR also offers best-practice solutions to make your home more comfortable and reduce your energy costs. Many of the products we offer have earned the government's ENERGY STAR label. Using more efficient products is one way each of us can make a difference, and energyfederation.org makes it easy
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Product Rebates
The utilities & energy efficiency providers below work with EFI to extend product rebates through EFI online stores. Offers are grouped by those for residential customers and this for non-residential customers.

RESIDENTIAL

California
-Southern California Edison
-Southern California Gas
Connecticut
-United Illuminating
-Connecticut Light & Power Illinois
-Ameren Illinois
Kentucky
-AEP Kentucky
-Duke Energy
Massachusetts
-Cape Light Compact
-MMWEC
-National Grid (electric)
-National Grid (gas)
-NSTAR Electric
-Unitil
-Western MA Electric
Missouri
-Ameren Missouri (electric)
-Ameren Missouri (gas)
New Hampshire
-Liberty Utilities
-NH Electric Cooperative
-Public Service of NH
-Unitil
New Jersey
-NJ Clean Energy Program
-NJ Natural Gas
New Mexico
-PNM
New York
-PSEG
North Carolina
-Duke Energy
Ohio
-AEP Ohio
-American Municipal Power
-Columbia Gas of Ohio
-Duke Energy
-NOPEC
Pennsylvania
-American Municipal Power
-Met-Ed
-Penelec
-Penn Power
Rhode Island
-National Grid (electric)
-National Grid (gas)
South Carolina
-Duke Energy
Vermont
-Efficiency Vermont
Washington
-Puget Sound Energy
West Virginia
-American Electric Power
-Appalachian Power

N0N-RESIDENTIAL

Illinois
-Ameren Illinois
Indiana
-Duke Energy
Kentucky
-Duke Energy
Massachusetts
-National Grid (gas)
Missouri
-Ameren Missouri (gas)
New Hampshire
-Liberty Utilities
-NH Electric Cooperative
-Public Service of NH
-Unitil
New Jersey
-NJ Clean Energy Program
North Carolina
-Duke Energy
Ohio
-Duke Energy
South Carolina
-Duke Energy

For a listing of our other online stores view efi.org/consumer/clients.


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