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Bankrate's 2007 Living Green, Saving Green Guide
Boost your awareness and ability to live and save green.
Environmental and energy glossary

Find out what all those green terms mean:
Acid rain Green building
Alternative fuels Greenhouse effect
Attic fan Greenhouse gases
Attic vent Green power
Biodiesel Greenwash
Biofuel Hybrid system
Biomass Hydroelectric power
British Thermal Unit (Btu) Incandescent
Calorie Insulation
Carbon dioxide Insulation blanket
Carbon monoxide Kilowatt (kW)
Carbon offsets Kilowatt-hour (kwh)
Clean energy Megawatt
Climate change Megawatt-hour
Compact fluorescent Methane
CFL Methanol
Composting Natural gas
Conventional power Nonrenewable fuels
E85 Nuclear energy
Emission(s) Off-peak
Energy Organic
Energy audit Pay-as-you-throw programs
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) Phantom load
Energy Star Photovoltaic device
Ethanol Photovoltaic (solar) module or panel
Fluorescent light Propane
Fossil fuels Recycled
Fuel Recycling
Fuel cell Renewable energy
Fuel oil Reuse
Gasohol R-value
Gasoline Solar energy
Generator Source reduction
Geothermal energy Tankless water heater
Geothermal heat pump Triple pane (Window)
Gigawatt (GW) Volt
Global warming Voltage
Grain alcohol Watt
Global climate change (GCC) Watt-hour
Global warming Wattmeter
Graywater or greywater Wind turbine
-- Posted: Oct. 4, 2007
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