Energy Conservation Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity organization dedicated to promoting energy efficiency awareness throughout the United States of America.  Our passion is being a public service first. The goal of our web site is to bring numerous educational tools together to one common place that can be used to teach homeowners the importance and urgency of learning about energy efficient homes and energy conservation. Additionally we want to help by providing homeowners the resources necessary to make energy efficient improvements to their home themselves or through Energy Conservation Alliance referral list members.

Consider this. The United States consumes more power than any other industrialized nation in the world!  When we consider the fact that China accounts for approximately one third of the worlds population, we should ask ourselves what we can do to conserve our precious resources and save these resources for our future generations.  We can begin by starting in our own homes. Let’s face it. Energy conservation is a lifestyle choice.  Making our homes more energy efficient can help to reduce high energy bills, improve comfort, and add value to a home. Many common home problems like moisture or drafts around window panes;  inadequate attic insulation, can also often be solved by taking steps to improve energy efficiency. Many homeowners don’t realize how easy it can be to make their homes more energy efficient!

Improving energy efficiency is also an important step in the growing trend of “green remodeling.” That’s because the energy we use in our homes often comes from the burning of fossil fuels at power plants, which contributes to smog, acid rain, and global warming. So, the less energy we use in our homes, the less air pollution we generate.

The Energy Conservation Alliance can guide you in making your home more energy efficient – whether you do-it-yourself or hire one of our alliance providers to do it for you.

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