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If your electric bill has gone up, you are not alone. Data shows that energy use—and costs—having increased over the past decade. So if you’re trying to cut corners and save some money, start by looking at your home, which could be having a party of its own. This infographic provides some useful information on how to save on on the biggest energy costs, heating and cooling. But lots of small changes in how you use home electronics and appliances, can add up to big savings, $2,000-$3,000 a year in some cases! Try some of these tips and you will not only be doing your pocketbook some good, but the earth, as home energy usage makes up a large part of your carbon foot print. Happy savings!