Website Teaching Americans How to Be Energy-Independent is the first fully comprehensive web site that teaches Americans how we can be energy-independent with a well-diversified team of experts led by Environmental Scientist + Energy Consultant Bill Lauto.

This Earth Day, April 22, the all-new version of will be launched, focusing our nation on step-by-step goals to help lower energy bills up to 60% without sacrifice! "We have the technology; we can be energy independent," Lauto has stated for over ten years. Mr. Lauto was the energy advisor to Earth Day's 20th Anniversary Committee in New York City and has been providing his expertise since 1982 when the first SL-18 energy-saving bulb was made in Lynn, Massachusetts! His team didn't just join the "Going Green" movement; they have been consulting with corporations, politicians, organizations, celebrities, utility companies, and homeowners for over twenty years. goes beyond tidbits of energy-saving tips by teaching everyone topic by topic, basement to attic, hundreds of energy-saving facts and trade secrets, most of which are never disclosed by utility or fuel supplier companies. doesn't teach Americans to lower their energy consumption by conserving. Instead, the site provides information on changing, fine-tuning, and updating equipment. "America's energy-consuming products and applications are in dire need of updating," states Lauto.

Along with learning how to lower energy bills on topics such as Appliances, Cooking, Cooling, Heating, Insulation, Lighting, Shrubs, Solar, Water, Windows, and Doors, viewers can email with specific energy-related questions. To receive this valuable assistance, membership, which is FREE, is required. This free membership also qualifies the public for contests and allows submission of energy-saving stories that may be posted on the web site's blog.

This site will be an invaluable tool for anyone paying the electric, gas, oil, water bills, and those who are environmentally conscious. This site will not only help save energy and money, but our planet's future for our children.

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