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Efficiency Through Automation

Home automation may seem like the new buzzword, but in reality it’s a concept that’s been with us for years. But unlike the older systems that either relied on low-tech solutions such as timers or highly specialized computer programs and interfaces, today’s systems are easily accessible, intuitive, and often can be controlled by your smartphone from anywhere in the world. ...

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Massachusetts’ Renewable Energy Industry is Thriving

In recent years, Massachusetts has become a leader in renewable energy policy, strategy and growth.  This past June the state was ranked first by the U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index for its progressive policies and second for technology development and installation. In addition to these accolades, the state has also enjoyed a booming renewable energy job market. Since 2011 renewable ...

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Make These Solar Updates to Save Money & Help the Earth

Capturing the power of the sun is an eco-friendly choice for your home, and solar power is an important part of the nation’s renewable energy portfolio. According to the Department of Energy, the federal government’s focus on solar energy as part of its renewable energy programs has helped spur a good portion of the growth in the sector, doubling the ...

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5 Types of Renewable Energy

The world’s energy needs could be reduced by one-third by 2050 if individuals and corporations work to save energy now and begin relying on renewable energy sources provided by power companies and personalized adoption. Renewable energy allows you to tap into natural resources that are replenished as part of the normal life cycle. Cut a tree down to burn for heat, and ...

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Greening Your Unemployment; Eco-friendly Tips for Your Job Search

Brace yourself. Financial research firm Lombard Street Research states, “unemployment could rise above 8 percent,” according to Breitbart.com. During the first quarter, the official unemployment rate stands at 7.9 percent. The unstable, competitive job market breeds unemployed individuals, or the employed deficient, who wake up every morning with the grueling job hunt on the mind. Unemployment and job searching can ...

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Are Power Companies on the Grid too Big to Fail?

In a recent article by Carter Eskew, a valid point is brought up about power companies being on the verge of downsizing due to more and more residences and businesses being energy sustaining. While Eskew paints the future in a bleak color in the article, does it really have to be as bad as the author suggests? Or could this be ...

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Volcanic Rock: A New Home for Wind?

Both you and Mother Earth are told that you are blowing too much “hot air.” The difference between you and Mother Earth, though, is that your “hot air” isn’t quite welcome, while that of Mother Earth is more than welcome. In fact, there’s no such thing as “too much” air from her: As long as she keeps blowing it, they’ll ...

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