I wanted to encourage all you deep energy/ZNE enthusiasts to hie thee to the Net Zero North American Leadership Summit in Boston, March 3-5. The program is a standout, ranging from solar pioneer Steven Strong to Senator Jaime Eldridge to energy guru Marc Rosenbaum, and countless other rock stars. Here's the program. Check it out, register now! Wide-ranging discussions will be had (I first typed "ranting" --…Continue
This post is written by Marcella Bondie Keenan, policy fellow at Elevate Energy.
Building owners can save money by investing in energy efficiency improvements. But if they can’t afford the upfront costs of the upgrades, they continue to pay higher energy bills and are even less able to pay for energy efficiency improvements down the road.
On-bill financing (OBF) is one tool to help owners break out of this cycle. It provides an opportunity to invest in energy…Continue
Longman dictionary of contemporary English defines insurance as an arrangement with a company in which you pay them money, especially regularly, and they pay the costs if something bad happens, for example if you become ill or your car is damaged. There are different types of insurance. Examples are: health insurance, life insurance, business insurance, travels insurance, car insurance etc. Reported road casualties in Great Britain, provisional estimates: April to June 2014…Continue
Have you ever heard of portable buildings? A portable buildings are basically structures that are specifically designed to be mobile rather than something permanent. It is also called as a demountable building or a modular building. You can also call them a building with a modern twist but with an old style yurts. So why anyone would opt for portable buildings?
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Imagine this: you go out to your local entertainment big-box store and purchase the top of the line “HUMONGOUS” television. When you get home, you don’t think anything about it and just go ahead plugging it directly into the wall socket, right? What’s that you say, ludicrous? Of course, we would only plug that piece of beautiful technology into a UL rated surge protector!
So, I gave it away in the first paragraph: a UL rated surge protector. But, don’t…
Energy efficiency is a term given to the process of using energy that maximizes power saving without reducing service or utility. In a developing country like India, energy is the capital on which industries thrive. To fulfill industrial needs, a lot of energy is produced within the country as well as purchased from foreign lands. The result is a lot of expenditure and pollution. To make things worse, there is a lot of mismanagement of the grids that leads to considerable loss of…Continue
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In the quest for faster results and more accurate heating fuel use data, the folks at YShape have come up with a nifty device called the HeetMeter.…Continue
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Generation of power through renewable energy resources has increased in good numbers over the past. Wind power is one of them. There are various pros and cons of…Continue
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Consulting online reviews has become an integral part of the modern consumer’s buying process. A recent study from Dimensional research found that the buying decisions of 90% of respondents were influenced by positive online reviews, while 86% were influenced by negative reviews.
To dig deeper, Software Advice (an…Continue
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It’s no secret that finances are often a barrier to home performance upgrades for homeowners. This is precisely why programs like the PowerSaver loan program are helpful as they work with contractors and equipment installers interested in offering energy efficient financing at the point of sale.
So what is the PowerSaver loan?
There are three PowerSaver…Continue
This place is awesome. Kudos! My name is Avi Yashchin and I wanted to introduce myself to everyone at Home Energy Pros. Just a brief description of me and what I do:
I began my career in finance and eventually became a vice president in the Global Products Group at Barclays. With my background in technology development, I realized I could do more than increase Wall Street's considerable profits. So, in 2008 I left and founded CleanEdison, which provides vocational training in…Continue
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Understanding how heat is transferred from the outside into your home and from your home to your body is vital for understanding the challenge of keeping your house cool. Understanding the processes that facilitate keep your body cool is vital in understanding cooling ways for your home.…Continue
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One of the biggest issues with living in large cities like San Diego is the sheer amount of energy expenditure. Simply keeping your business up and running requires you to shell out a huge amount of money annually on lighting, equipment, cooling, connectivity, etc. And this is all in addition to the money you have to invest in starting up initially, and restocking regularly. Spending money on these factors can take a major slice out of your profit margin.…Continue
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One challenge seems to be at the forefront of a lot of the discussions I'm having with colleagues and associates these last few weeks is sales. Closing sales. Making the sale. Getting some traction...getting any movement at all...
Mark Mitchell is a sales and marketing consultant for the building materials industry who writes a good blog. I have been reading Mark's blog for a little while now, diving into the archives…Continue
Unlike what some people believe, going green doesn’t have to be a daunting and expensive task. There are simple things that people can do every day, such as unplugging electronics, or over a weekend such as fixing leaky faucets and changing air filters. These quick and easy ways to go green can help make a difference, no matter how small they are. Below is a short list of some of the things that you can easily do in order to go green without having to make major changes in your…Continue
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