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How to switch to energy-saving mode on the Xbox One

The Xbox One's instant-on mode, while convenient, uses 30 times more power than energy-saving mode.

By January 31, 2014


Honeywell energy savings calculator counts the trees

Today Honeywell announced that it is providing a service on its Web site that gives an idea of the savings customers could potentially achieve by using a programmable thermostat.

By July 31, 2013


Virtual building audit spots energy savings

FirstFuel crunches utility and weather data to build a profile of commercial building energy use and offer recommendations to improve efficiency by 10 percent.

By September 22, 2011


Smart thermostat links to cloud for energy savings

EnergyHub's Mercury service, which connects to smart thermostats to optimize home energy settings, will be offered through broadband providers, thermostat makers, and utilities.

By August 1, 2011


EcoFactor: Our users see big energy savings

The company says that data collected on homes using automated thermostat software system show an average 17 percent reduction in energy use.

By June 9, 2011


DOE designs energy-saving AC units

Rooftop air conditioning units using new DOE design would reduce energy consumption by 50 to 60 percent compared to current models, agency says.

By February 9, 2011


Soladigm lands cash for energy-saving 'smart glass'

Silicon Valley-based Soladigm raises $30 million to make auto-tinting "electrochromic glass" for green buildings.

By December 13, 2010


Home energy-saving technology (images)

Products geared at using electricity wisely at home are coming from many directions, covering everything from home energy monitors to smartphone apps to manage electric-vehicle charging.

13 Images By August 23, 2010


Energy-saving glass maker picks up $20 million

Same backers invest another round in Sage Electrochromics, the maker of electronically tintable and energy-saving glass products.

By February 25, 2009


Edison: Free energy-saving PC software

The software, from corporate power management software company Verdiem, cuts down on energy use significantly by scheduling when a computer goes into suspend mode.

By August 6, 2008