Saving energy is not only good for the environment, but it can be good for your wallet as well. "Americans spend about $2,000 per household on energy every year - but many of them could save a few hundred of that without changing their lifestyle," says former Energy Secretary Steven Chu. Check out these simple tips to beat the heat from both your budget and the sun.
Now that you know how to reduce your energy bill, start tackling some of your other expenses. The Personal Financial Management Program offers workshops and seminars on more than twenty money management topics. To learn more and find a workshop near you, click here.
40 states are expecting water shortages in the next decade. It’s every Marine and family’s responsibility to use only the water needed. Here are some easy tips to start soaking up the water savings today.
By reducing your energy use and eliminating water waste you can help the Marine Corps support more mission critical priorities.
October is Energy Action Month. Here are five myths about energy efficiency you may have believed, and why they aren’t true. Follow these tips to lower your energy bills!