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DOE Launches New Consumer Energy Savings Hub

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today launched the Energy Savings Hub — an online one-stop shop for American families and consumers to access the savings tools that President Biden’s Investing in America agenda has made available to drastically cut energy costs. The new website—Energy.gov/Save—puts President Biden’s clean energy tax credits and forthcoming rebates right at Americans’ fingertips, helping people take control of their energy costs and have cleaner and more efficient options as a consumer—whether they are looking to purchase an electric vehicle, update an appliance, or make their home safer and more comfortable. Full implementation of the President’s Investing in America agenda will put the U.S. on track to achieve the nation’s goal of 2030 economy wide greenhouse gas emissions to 40% below 2005 levels. 

“From coast-to-coast, President Biden’s Investing in America agenda will help keep money in your pocket—whether you’re a driver, homeowner or renter,” said U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm. “DOE’s new energy savings hub is an easy-to-use resource to guide any consumer looking to access the enormous economic and health benefits from the President’s clean energy incentives.”

There’s something for everyone at Energy.gov/Save, with features geared towards homeowners, renters, and drivers.

Originally published at https://www.energy.gov/articles/doe-launches-new-consumer-energy-savings-hub