Better Building – Reduced Energy Costs

It seems that the better the buildings are constructed, the lower one’s utility bills will be… eventually. This is great news for everyone, whether you are using IDT Energy or any other company. If you insulate your building well and ensure all steps have been taken to reduce energy consumption, you at least know you are doing your part. So how do you do this?

According to a recent report from Architecture 2030, by making various changes at the construction level, the US building sector will save trillions of dollars in energy costs and, at the same time, conserve huge amounts of resources throughout the country. This translates into big savings for Americans, since, if the estimation is correct, between now and 2030, a staggering $3.7 trillion will be saved on energy costs due to emissions projections and decreased usage, which is largely the result of greener building practices.
Thus it seems like for those wanting to save on their IDT Energy bills, one smart way to do it is to plan ahead.

Welcome to the IDT Energy Store

Here at the IDT Energy Store, you will learn about the most effective energy-efficient products and tools for your home or office.

Save money. Save energy.

Different appliances and products consume varied amounts of energy. Many are suitable for specific environments, and are not meant to serve any purpose. Light bulbs, batteries, wires and screens all have a significant impact on monthly costs, as do appliances such as radiators, refrigerators and microwaves.

Some of our store’s featured products include Sun-Mar Garden Composters, Honeywell Programmable Thermostats, and GE Fluorescent Light Bulbs.

Honeywell VisionPro 8000 Programmable Thermostat

Honeywell VisionPro 8000 Programmable Thermostat

If you’re looking for a beautiful and professionally-made thermostat, this is the one you want for energy savings.

Super performance
1year warranty


SKS15EAWW/SP (15W, Micro) : 15 Watt, Spiral Warm White CFL Medium

Looking for a cool but zany looking light bulb that just could save you a bundle this winter?