Energy Efficiency

Future of Cities: How to Protect It Through Eco-Friendly Living

Property Damage, Future of Cities

Regarding the future of cities, there are several dangers worth noting but also eco-friendly living options that can help to protect these cities for future generations.

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Energy Efficient Heat: All About Duel Fuel Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps

Many homeowners are upgrading to duel fuel heat pumps. What does this mean for green energy? It could mean that you have a more efficient home. Conventional heat pumps are great for pumping heat into and out of a home where there are moderate temperature swings. If you live in the south, this is a good thing. Unfortunately, they’re notoriously ...

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Green Cloud Service in Canada

A new green cloud service facility in Canada is helping to provide green jobs and make the Web even greener and thus more environmentally friendly.

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CES 2015 – Green Technology Home Solutions

Green Technology, Carbon Footprint

Multiple green technology home solutions are designed to help you to reduce your ecological footprint while also saving money each year.

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Green Trends to Look Out for in 2015

Green Trends

It seems like green innovation has been a major focus in recent years. Month after month, we see new ways to be kinder and less burdensome to our fickle planet, and the green trend shows no sign of slowing. In fact, green technology is bigger than ever and projected to continue becoming a central part of our daily lives. Here ...

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Shift to Alternative Energy Can Reduce Industry Accidents

Deepwater Horizon

The idea that alternative energy sources will reduce the risk of a major environmental accident, such as the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion and oil spill that occurred in April 2010, is a headline that will make sense 25, 50, or even 100 years from now. Clearly, there is an emotional aspect to any time-line presented here, as most people ...

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Before Summer Hits, Make These Energy-Saving Home Improvements

Energy-Saving Home Improvements

As the summer months approach and the weather starts to heat up, many Americans look for ways to save energy and money. According to the United States Energy Information Administration, U.S. homeowners consumed an average of 10,908 kilowatt hours in 2013, a monthly cost ranging from around $75 to more than $200. Integrating energy-saving upgrades to your home will not ...

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