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Barry NewDelman replied to Barry NewDelman's discussion How to give back to your Customers in the group Marketing Energy Efficiency
"Kent: Depends on how look at it , I have saved 100's of customers save anywhere  from $1200 to $ 2000+ a year. They then have disretionary income to pay you for your advice and for them to improve the efficiency of their homes and it all…"
Jan 28
Kent Mitchell replied to Barry NewDelman's discussion How to give back to your Customers in the group Marketing Energy Efficiency
"Phishing? MLM? "
Jan 28
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How to give back to your Customers

Help your Customers get free energy , Open enrollment untill February 13 th in the most Successful residential Energy Companyone Billion in revenue in 7 yearshttp://bit.ly/aresegrGet in now  http://ow.ly/c9NHtSee More
Jan 28
John Nicholas replied to Barry NewDelman's discussion Whats the Consensus of this group Define "Energy Efficiency" in the group Energy Efficient Design
"There are many ways of saving energy.   I can turn down the thermostat and put on a sweater.  or use a programmable and ignore the setting by wearing more clothes.  My bill drops a number of BTUs. I can take a military shower.…"
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Help your Building Owner or tenent save, Then do what you do best

Make Money Recession proof Business Energy deregulation brought more than just the ability to save on your gas and electric bills. You can now make money…lot’s of money.The competition is fierce. New energy supply companies are entering the markets in each state and they are looking for energy consultants to join their company as independent energy brokers. Why would you want to become an energy consultant? Money, make that residual incomeResidual income opportunities pay you for the lifetime…See More
Jan 16, 2014
Barry NewDelman added a discussion to the group Energy Upgrade California
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First Help your Clients save , then do what you do best .Makes sense?

Make Money Recession proof Business Energy deregulation brought more than just the ability to save on your gas and electric bills. You can now make money…lot’s of money.The competition is fierce. New energy supply companies are entering the markets in each state and they are looking for energy consultants to join their company as independent energy brokers. Why would you want to become an energy consultant? Money, make that residual incomeResidual income opportunities pay you for the lifetime…See More
Jan 16, 2014
Barry NewDelman added 2 discussions to the group Energy Efficient Design
Jan 16, 2014
Barry NewDelman commented on Chris Laumer-Giddens's group Energy Efficient Design
"In responce to a Comment by Chris . Most architects whether Commercial and/or residential and in Most municiplaities have to certify as to the energy efficeincy as defined by The DOE in the Permit Appliction Process. The two platforms that are…"
Jan 16, 2014
John Nicholas replied to Barry NewDelman's discussion Yes, Cost is an Issue in the group Energy Efficient Design
"This really isn't about Energy Design.  It is about signing customers up for another Service Provider to bill the energy.  The existing utility would still provide delivery.  The idea is to get a lower rate. It is only…"
Jan 15, 2014
Barry NewDelman replied to Chris Laumer-Giddens's discussion No More "Damn Architects!" - The Case for Integrated Design in the group Energy Efficient Design
"There are some good thoughts here and as an Architect with 40 years exp. . I handled the tools after I graduated and before I opened my own Practice, I need the hands exposure.  I agree that today most architrects have no clue, With Cad…"
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Energy Efficient Design

Energy efficiency starts at the drafting table...How architects and designers can help buildings reach high-performance standards.See More
Jan 15, 2014
Barry NewDelman added a discussion to the group Marketing Energy Efficiency
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"We just don't have any money to spend right now because of....." whatever the reason given.

That quote was from a member of this forum H Skinner some time ago and it is still true today. For the most we work mainly in the commercial industrial energy sector saving  our Customers upwards of 30 % on their Energy Cost at absolutly NO cost to them . They then use the savings for upgrades, your fee's etc. and save More, its a win -win process.The same can be done in the residential sector and for many they can get Energy Both Electricity and Natural Gas for FREE (they ony have to pay the…See More
Dec 20, 2013
Barry NewDelman added a discussion to the group Energy Upgrade California
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Big Opportunity in California

Residential and Small Commercial customers have the opportunity for huge savings on their Gas Bills at absolutly no cost http://ow.ly/bV79NSee More
Dec 20, 2013
Glen Gallo replied to Barry NewDelman's discussion Your owe to your Clients and Your Self in the group Energy Upgrade California
"Barry  I typed in Ambit energy reviews and found many complaints. It is a bit…"
Sep 16, 2013

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Mind Set Change

03.20.2012

 

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Posted on April 12, 2012 at 3:00pm

Energy Myths

 

I am NOT a blogger and this is my first post (could be my last).

A very good friemd mine who lives in Chicago has an "urban Rehabber program" wher he teaches newbies and thse with little experience on how to become more profitable in the Rehab sector. As an Energy advocate archiect, I get his posts.

Here is one about MYTHS I thought some of you may be interested in (Just the messenger not the author)



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Posted on November 19, 2011 at 11:00am — 7 Comments

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At 8:18am on March 29, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Barry,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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