2021's Most & Least Energy-Efficient States
Posted October 12, 2021
External Article: WalletHub
Valerie Thomas, Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems, with a joint appointment in the School of Public Policy and the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, was interviewed for the article, "2021's Most & Least Energy-Efficient States" published Oct. 12, 2021, on WalletHub.
The biggest mistake consumers make is to think that the first step is to buy new equipment or technology. There is a lot that consumers can do to save completely free energy. People can run their homes with energy efficiency in mind. Some big energy-saving tips: heating and air conditioning use a lot of energy, so look for ways to turn that way down. When you leave the house, you can turn the heat or air conditioning off or way down.