The first step in achieving your energy conservation goal is learning where your home's energy use currently stands. Lowe's offers a variety of meters and monitors to measure your home's energy consumption. Once you've learned how much power your home is using, you can move on to the next step: reducing your energy intake.
Did you know your electrical devices use power whenever they're plugged in, even if they're turned off? In addition to online resources, like our Home Audit Tool, Lowe's offers a variety of energy-saving tools, such as power strips, sensors, and timers to shut your devices off when they're not being used. A few small changes can make a big impact on your utility bills and prepare you for your next step: generating your own renewable energy.
Solar panels and wind turbines can provide some or all of the electricity a typical home needs. Lowe's offers systems that are grid-tied, meaning they're connected to the utility for backup or additional power. Solar power can also provide you with electricity on the go. Whether you're camping or working at a job site, portable solar battery kits can charge up your RV, cell phone, and laptop batteries, keeping you powered up without tying you down.
ENERGY STAR qualified appliances can save 20% – 30% in energy costs over the course of just one year.Learn How
Visit the Energy Center at your local Lowe's store for tips on how to measure, reduce, and generate energy for your home.Find a Store
Do your part — bring your rechargeable batteries, plastic
bags, and CFLs to the Recycling Center at Lowe's.
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