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December 20, 2004

DOE Launches New Web Site With Energy-Saving Tips

DOE has launched a new Web site with detailed information and tips on how to save money by developing smart energy habits. The site, www.EnergySavingTips.gov, serves as a consumer-friendly portal to detailed energy-saving information from various federal agencies.

"With winter upon us, it's a good time to evaluate how to save money through increased energy efficiency," said David K. Garman, Assistant Secretary of Energy for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. "The Department of Energy has taken the lead in helping to provide American consumers with useful, centralized, understandable information that will not only assist in identifying low-cost, short-term solutions, but also help with long-term energy-saving strategies."

See the DOE press release or go directly to the new Web site at www.EnergySavingTips.gov.

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