Is your fridge eating energy dollars?  If your current refrigerator was made before 1993, it uses twice as much energy as a new ENERGY STAR qualified model.  Maybe your kitchen fridge is new – but you might have an older refrigerator in your garage or basement for those extra cases of soda you got on sale. These older units can cost $90 OR MORE a year to operate. Replacing an older model with a new ENERGY STAR qualified one can save you a bundle.  To learn about OTHER places in your home you can save energy and money – check out ENERGY STAR’S new video podcast, available at www.energystar.gov

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