Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

A State-by-State Energy Cost Comparison

3 Aug , 2016  

2016’s Most & Least Energy-Expensive States Wallethub In the U.S., energy costs eat between 5 and 22 percent of families’ total after-tax income, with the poorest Americans, or 25 million households, paying the highest of that range. And lower energy prices don’t necessarily equate to savings. Where we live and how much energy we use make up […]

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Efficiency in Action, Markets & Business

How Did WalletHub Rank Your State for Energy Efficiency?

6 Oct , 2015  

2015’s Most and Least Energy Efficient States WalletHub, October 2015. Image credit: geralt Energy is expensive. It’s one of the biggest household expenses for American consumers, who, on average, spend nearly $2,000 a year on energy bills. About half of that pays just for heating and cooling. But energy has much broader implications on the national […]

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Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Texas Has Lots of Room to Grow in Terms of Energy Efficiency

29 Oct , 2014  

Texas Energy Efficiency Quidnet Energy

Houston is the energy capital of the world. We practically bathe in oil around here. So, it should come as no surprise to anyone that a recent study from Wallethub found Texas to be near the bottom of the list of states in energy efficiency.

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