The links below may have some information to help you find even more ways to save energy and money. Some later in the list are especially designed for younger audiences.
Possibly the most comprehensive energy related website for the consumer. Beware; also contains opinion as well as political commentary.
A little oversimplified but gets the point across on the savings from CFLs.
Calculate your hot water costs.
Provides general tips on saving energy and living with a smaller carbon footprint.
How much energy do set top cable boxes use? Because they are always on, quite a bit. Here are the facts:
Is that appliance off? Maybe not. See which ones consume energy even when “off”.
Energy Star is the government website that helps consumers make smart energy saving choices. Look up that new appliance before you buy it.
What is your carbon footprint? How can you walk softly on the planet and save money? The site, Yousustain, offers many ways and tells you how much you have saved.
Energy Education for kids.
Europeans have been concerned about saving energy for some time. This site is geared for kids.
Louie's Energizing Lessons, sponsored by AEP.
Saving our planet one kilowatt at a time.
Kids learn about solar power.
Help kids save water at home.