We all know that the weather doesn't actually depend on whether Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow on Groundhog's Day. Either way, winter weather will continue to linger for at least a little while longer and that will impact your home energy use. If you've managed to make it this far without weatherizing your home, you may think it's too late to make a difference. But that's not the case!
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Marketing firm KSV polled 1,345 homeowners in five regions of the US who represented diverse demographic segments.
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There is no doubt that installing solar panels on your home can have a number of benefits. According to a recent article in Forbes, installing solar panels can ...
While many coal plants are receiving a “new lease on life” via conversion to natural gasi, this is not the most appropriate long-term solution. Energy Manager Today recently outlined ...
On Oct. 9, SustainableBusiness.com reported on A First: More Invested in Efficiency Than Renewable Energy. Quoting from the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s Energy Efficiency Market Report 2014 (PDF) and other sources, SustainableBusiness.com wrote ...
We’re all familiar with having to do more with less in these troubled economic times. But less can equal more – especially when “less” means wasting less energy and “more” means new jobs here in America. And just when you thought bipartisanship was dead, there is a new bipartisan bill in Congress that promises to do more with less.