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The ENERGY STAR podcast is a collection of conversations about energy efficiency. EPA staff talk with a variety of business analysts, technology experts, policymakers, and media. These recordings cover market trends, consumer preferences, energy reduction solutions, new products and efficiency standards, and even some retail training information.

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The ENERGY STAR podcast is a collection of conversations about energy efficiency. EPA staff talk with a variety of business analysts, technology experts, policymakers, and media. These recordings cover market trends, consumer preferences, energy reduction solutions, new products and efficiency standards, and even some retail training information.

    Plugged-In with ENERGY STAR - EPA's Consumer Electronics Podcast

    Plugged-In with ENERGY STAR - EPA's Consumer Electronics Podcast

    Join the experts at ENERGY STAR as we discuss the latest trends in consumer electronics with some of the leaders in the field. This podcast will help consumers stay on the edge of innovation, while still making the most energy efficient purchase.

    Illuminated – EPA's Lighting Podcast: Part 1

    Illuminated – EPA's Lighting Podcast: Part 1

    Can't keep track of all the new energy-efficient lighting options out there? Check out ENERGY STAR's Illuminated podcast – we've got experts and opinions on what's new, what's cool, and how YOU can make sense of it all. Join host Brittney Gordon-Williams of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and her panel of lighting experts – they'll discuss the latest lighting options, new attitudes about lighting and give tips on buying bulbs.

    Part 1: Suffering from shopper's block? Listen up! You'll learn what you need to know when facing down the lighting aisle – what bulb goes in what fixture and which bulb is best. We'll tell you all that and more.

    Illuminated – EPA's Lighting Podcast: Part 2

    Illuminated – EPA's Lighting Podcast: Part 2

    Can't keep track of all the new energy-efficient lighting options out there? Check out ENERGY STAR's Illuminated podcast – we've got experts and opinions on what's new, what's cool, and how YOU can make sense of it all. Join host Brittney Gordon-Williams of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and her panel of lighting experts – they'll discuss the latest lighting options, new attitudes about lighting and give tips on buying bulbs.

    Part 2: Our experts get trendy and look at how attitudes about lighting are changing in the market, give more tips on buying bulbs, explore different standards, and look ahead to the future of lighting.

    ENERGY STAR Award Winners: Energy Efficiency is Good Business

    ENERGY STAR Award Winners: Energy Efficiency is Good Business

    Join Kathleen Hogan, Director of EPA's Climate Protection Partnerships Division, and two ENERGY STAR award winners for a discussion on the benefits energy efficiency can provide businesses and homeowners. Mark Breuker, Director of Energy Consulting at Advantage IQ, and Michael Winka, Director of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities' Office of Clean Energy, share their insights on how, through ENERGY STAR, they help businesses and homeowners reduce energy use, save money, and fight global warming.

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    ENERGY STAR In Your Office

    ENERGY STAR In Your Office

    Learn how ENERGY STAR qualified computers and monitors and other office equipment can save you energy, money, and help protect the environment. Also learn how to get the most energy and money savings from your computer by enabling the power management features on your models. Use this video to help educate your employees and customers!

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    At Home with ENERGY STAR Video Podcast

    At Home with ENERGY STAR Video Podcast

    The At Home with ENERGY STAR video podcast shows homeowners first-hand how they can make simple energy-efficient improvements around the house. Hosted by home improvement expert and radio host Tom Kraeutler and filmed at a home in Seattle, the video podcast gives real life examples of easy things that homeowners can do to help save energy.

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Energy Star Products and the Environment November 15, 2007

Lacks substance. Not interesting or informative.

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