Are energy efficient appliances tax deductible?

Answer Energy efficient appliances are not tax-deductible, but many Energy Star products qualify for U.S. federal tax credits. Energy efficient windows and doors, water heaters, roofs, insulation, biomass... Read More »

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How efficient is nuclear energy?

On One Hand: More Efficient Than Fossil FuelsNuclear energy is very efficient, especially when compared with fossil fuels. Nuclear energy is based on the elemental reactions of uranium. One tube of... Read More »

How efficient is wave energy?

On One Hand: Wave AbundanceIt is estimated that the waves of the ocean could produce up to two terawatts of electricity (2 trillion watts). The fuel that wave energy converters use, seawater, is fr... Read More »

Are box fans energy efficient?

On One Hand: They're More Efficient than Air ConditionersMost box fans or floor fans use approximately 100 watts, which adds up to 74 kilowatt hours per month if they're left running around the clo... Read More »

Are new windows energy efficient?

On One Hand: Not AutomaticallyNot all new windows are energy-efficient. According to the Efficient Windows Collaborative, you still need to research window retailers in your area to find one that s... Read More »