Power Up the Savings by Powering Down Your Copier
Sometimes it may seem that in the modern, fast-paced office environment, it is impossible to be both productive and green. But it actually can be quite easy to have the best of both worlds in your office.
Did you know? The typical multi-function device in your office is in use only 5% of the time. What this means is that you can save a lot of energy by ensuring that the sleep functionality is properly set up.
Comparing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Estimation Standards In Canada and the World - The Daily Telescope
Heat pump water heaters use advanced technology to do the job with significantly less energy. In most homes they can be installed right where your current water heater sits. Take a moment to go through 4 simple installation considerations to figure out if a heat pump water heater is right for your home.
Northwestern is 'still in' after mayors sign Chicago Climate Charter - Northwestern University NewsCenter
Smart, connected thermostats are all the rage, and EPA is now awarding the ENERGY STAR label to those that deliver on the promise of energy savings. That’s all well and good, but what if you don’t want a smart thermostat, or it’s not in your budget right now?
You can save money and energy with the thermostat you have. It all comes down to properly setting your thermostat.
Consider these two homes:
The Reynolds Family