Florida homeowner's manual for energy efficiency
Energy Efficiency; Buildings
Most homeowners would like to save on their monthly expenses. One of these expenses - the utility bill - costs the average Florida homeowner five percent of his/her total annual after-tax income. Currently, Floridians are paying about eight cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) for electricity. Without close monitoring, electrical uses such as air conditioning can easily push utility costs over $150 per month. Effective conservation measures involve using household appliances less frequently and servicing them properly. These measures will improve their performance as well as their useful life - a real savings over the long run. Also, when you use energy more efficiently at home, you support energy independence for our nation and help to reduce pollution and to conserve resources for future generations.
Buildings - Energy Efficiency
Florida Solar Energy Center and Parker, Danny, "Florida homeowner's manual for energy efficiency" (2000). FSEC Energy Research Center®. 657.