Get energy bill savings with these tips


Although gasoline prices are heading upward once again, they are nowhere near last summer's average high of $4.11 a gallon, meaning that you could drive more for less. But is that smart?

As a matter of fact, one of the bright spots in this turbulent economy is that it will actually cost significantly less to power your home and vehicles this year than last year. With "frugality" being the hot buzzword in this tough economy, here are four more ways to cut energy costs and get energy bill savings: