Water is one of the most valuable resources to human life on this planet. So, why don’t we treat it as such? Water shortages have already started to affect the world in places like Cape Town, Sao Paulo, Melbourne, Jakarta, London, Beijing, Istanbul, Tokyo, Bangalore, Barcelona, and Mexico City. All of which have or will be approaching day zero within the next couple of decades.
You can save up to $300 in energy costs over five years with tier 2 advanced power strips. They reduce energy waste by cutting power to your electronics when you’re not using them.
Did you know that plugged-in electronics continue to use electricity even when turned off? This wasted energy is called standby power loss (or “vampire energy”). Use an advanced power strip to cut standby power loss and save up to $150 in energy costs over five years.
Spring in Massachusetts means sunshine and flowers—but it also tends to bring a lot of rain, and that can mean high humidity for your home. The damper your home, the more likely you may experience mold, mildew, allergies and even increased energy costs.
Common spaces can be tricky to keep clean and sometimes roommates’ standards of cleanliness can vary. If you’re moving into a new space, you’ll want to show it off to your friends and family, but before you do you’ll want to make sure it looks tidy and smells clean.
Of all the high-efficiency models, how do you know which unit to get? Units that are too large for the space will cool faster than they can draw out humidity, leaving the room damp and uncomfortable. Units that are too small may not cool the room effectively.
Learn all about Mass Save's smart thermostat demand response program, ConnectedSolutions, and how it can make your thermostat work even smarter. This guide covers all you need to know from start to finish - what demand response is, how it works, how to determine eligibility, and how to enroll and start saving.