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How Does the Natural Gas Delivery System Work?
What Is Natural Gas?
Natural Gas 101 - An Introduction to the Natural Gas Industry
Natural Gas: The Basics
Dry Two Loads Of Laundry With Natural Gas For Same Cost As One Load With Electricity
Primer on Natural Gas Prices
Natural Gas Rates
Natural Gas Pipelines: Safe, Sound and Underground
What Causes Natural Gas Pipeline Accidents?
Assisting Income-Eligible Customers Remains Priority for Natural Gas Utilities
Homegrown Fuel Helps Energize U.S.
Sources for Information on Using Energy Wisely
LIHEAP Resources
Validation of Direct Natural Gas Use to Reduce CO2 Emissions
Naturally Green Homes
Additional Resources

 Sources for Information on Using Energy Wisely 

Energy Efficiency


www.energysavers.gov The U.S Department of Energy (DOE) website is a comprehensive guide to all forms of energy supply, demand and usage; it also features energy conservation tips.
www.eia.doe.gov  DOE's Energy Information Administration site is a great resource for pricing and supply forecasts for all forms of home energy.  Every month, EIA issues a short-term energy outlook with information about supply, demand and prices for natural gas, petroleum and electricity.
http://homeenergysaver.lbl.gov  This DOE Site enables customers to use a "Do It Yourself Home Energy Audit," calculateenergy use, and identify the best ways to save both energy and money.  Key in your zipcode and receive instant estimates of your energy use or take a quiz that helps customize your home's profile.
www.eere.energy.gov/buildings/  DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clearinghouse lists energy consultants, conservation tips, and other information on DOE programs to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy.
www.energystar.gov  This Environmental Protection Agency site enables consumers to gauge the energy efficiency of many of their home appliances and to research EPA-sponsored Energy Star energy-efficient appliances.
www.ase.org  The Alliance to Save Energy has posted tips on its web site to help consumers avoid “$ticker $hock” this winter.
www.eere.energy.gov/weatherization/  For low-income consumers, this site explains the DOE’s Weatherization Assistance Program, which delivers energy conservation services to low-income Americans.

Product Information on Appliances, Insulation and Weatherization Supplies

www.ahrinet.org Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)
www.aham.org: Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers
www.nahb.com: National Association of Home Builders
www.cellulose.org: Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association
www.insulate.org: Insulation Contractors Association of America
www.naima.org: North American Insulation Manufacturers Association
www.wdma.com: Window and Door Manufacturers Association

 
 

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