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We provide simple instructions on several ways to subscribe to our energy efficiency article feed. We also show how you can add our article feed to your web site, forum or blog.

How Do I Subscribe to your Article RSS Feed?
There are several simple and quick ways to add our energy efficiency article feed:

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  2. You can also add our article feed to your favorite News Feed Reader by copying the link below (seen in Blue...but not clickable) and pasting it as a new source in your feed reader.
  3. Place our energy efficiency article feed on your Web Site, Blog or Forum
    The boxed area to the right is a live feed that you can place on your web site, blog or forum. This feed updates often and provides energy related items for your web site visitors. Simply copy the code provided in the text box below and paste it onto your page.

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What is RSS?
RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. Our RSS feeds are an easy, efficient and great way for you to recieve notification when new information is available from our website. This includes the addition of new energy efficiency articles and the release of newsletters which we also publish online.

How Can I Benefit From RSS?
RSS feeds save time and eliminate unwanted e-mail messages by allowing you to recieve notification only when new content is available from websites you trust. Unlike E-Mail subscriptions, with RSS you are always in control of which websites information you receive. It's impossible for you to receive anything you have not specifically subscribed to since RSS feeds can only orginate from the websites you have chosen to trust.

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