Whether driven by a genuine desire to reduce their environmental footprint, or simply to insulate themselves against rising costs, energy efficiency is becoming a significant organizational goal for many companies around the country. In order to achieve these goals, businesses are looking for direction on how they can have their buildings’ designed and/or…Continue
Added by Home Energy Saver on April 9, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments
By now you may have heard about drive-by energy audits. But have you heard of drive-by energy audits performed on entire cities at the same time? Say hello to the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company, Essess. Essess (pronounced like “recess” without the “r”) has recently entered the home performance scene, and they’re making a…Continue
Added by Home Energy Saver on April 1, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Simply put, Gen110, a California-based energy distribution company, sells electricity. “We give people an alternative to local utilities,” says Jason Brown, CEO of Gen110 who is proud to have recently opened up a tenth Gen110 office in the Bay Area’s East Bay.
Not only are the company’s offices growing,…Continue
Added by Home Energy Saver on March 25, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
This insight came courtesy of the US Energy Information Administration‘s recent ‘Today in Energy’ article about industrial energy…Continue
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If you buy electronics from Best Buy, you can rely on their Geek Squad to come to your home and help you should those electronics have a problem. But now, the Geek Squad is going one step further and offering home energy audits to its customers.
Here’s how it…Continue
Added by Home Energy Saver on February 6, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Recently the California Energy Commission (CEC) put window film on the fast track to get it into the new building code—to be effective in 2014. As the first state in the nation to place window film in the next building code, California has officially recognized window film as a legitimate, cost-effective energy…Continue
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