New report on the surprising energy appetite of gaming PCs -- More info and link to the full report here.
While not part of the building envelope or primary systems that home energy pros usually engage with, it's important to know about this increasingly…Continue
When Home Energy Pros turned one it was galloping.
We’re off to a wildly…Continue
Picture a so-called “green” building in a floodplain. Now picture a storm-hardened home guzzling gas like there is no tomorrow.
For me, neither of these conjures up an image of true sustainability.
By virtue of being built unconsciously (or defiantly) in harm’s way, a building is not durable and thus not (in my book) sustainable. Similarly, a disaster-resilient building belching out greenhouse gases that any scientist worth their salt will tell you is contributing to present…Continue
The White House announced this week a new initiative to boost home energy efficiency. This is the culmination of the Recovery Through Retrofit plan, funded through the…Continue
It’s not easy being Green … even if you have a Ph.D. in the subject. Kermit was right, but I’m on a mission to prove him wrong.
Moving to a new home in mid-2008 presented a…
While the following discussion (originally published in Climate Progress) extends to energy opportunities well outside the residential sphere, it's the latest example an overstatement of the so-called "Rebound Effect". Although there are certainly times that a portion of the…Continue