Hard goods retailers: would you rather your customers have an extra $34 billion in their pockets every year to spend or have them needlessly waste that cash buying electricity?
Building a home can be stressful and the materials used can have an impact on the environment. Learn how one person built their dream home and stayed within their budget while contributing the least amount possible towards climate change.
This summer, do you want to get paid for the time you are not home? No, the summer swelter has not gone to your head, but it can save you money on your electricity bill - here’s how:
TerraLogos Energy Group helps consumers and businesses find saving and improve their energy footprint through their comprehensive energy audits and energy improvement contracting. We asked TerraLogo's co-founder Peter Van Buren to guest blog about their company and the services they offer.
The Senate returned to Washington after the August recess and one of the first items taken up for debate is the much anticipated energy efficiency bill sponsored by Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Rob Portman (R-OH). This bi-partisan bill (S. 1392) would expand the nation’s energy efficiency policies, programs and incentives.
In recent years, companies have made great strides in offering third-party financing to bring solar and energy efficiency to residential consumers with little or no money down. What if they paid you to put solar on your roof?
In this sweaty summer heat, I find myself taking showers more often. But along with electricity, water is among the most costly utilities consumers pay for – and with inefficient shower heads that use more water than necessary, many of us are literally throwing money down the drain! Read on to find out how to test whether your old shower head is wasting you money.