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Apr 06

Top Three New Technologies to Reduce Residential Carbon Footprint

With the effects of climate change becoming more visible worldwide year after year, it’s no surprise that a variety industries have found ways to capitalize on the powerful wave of eco-consciousness. The impact on the bigger scheme of things can’t always be taken for granted, yet one of the areas where radical changes can bring …

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Jul 22

5 Renewable Energy Sources to Watch Out For

The world has turned its attention to the preservation of planet Earth. With climate changes and the short supply of finite resources like wood and crude oil, humanity is tasked with figuring out how to harness another type of energy. Aside from controversial nuclear power, renewable energy can be harnessed through the elements while minimally …

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Jun 06

Which Renewable Energy Source is Right for Your Home?

Image link   Using a renewable energy source for your home is an excellent way to be greener. It can reduce your carbon footprint and perhaps save you money by reducing your energy bills. The question is, which energy source is best for you? Every home and individual is better suited to different types of …

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Aug 28

Renewable Energy at the Residential Level

When we use the term “renewable energy,” we typically visualize grand structures that supply power to the masses. However, we often forget the power of the individual. It’s easy to plug a new home into the grid without much thought of doing something good for the environment, or your wallet for that matter. And, it’s …

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Jul 24

Energy Efficient Heating and Cooling For Your Home

People are becoming more environmentally conscious than ever before. Gone are the days of being careless, wasteful and harmful to the environment. Now, more and more people are looking for ways to save money and go green. This is why so many homeowners are considering energy efficient Heating and Cooling systems for their homes. There …

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May 30

Best Practices For Going Green With Your Heating And Cooling

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Now is the time to go green. If you were ever wondering if it was worth your time, money, and thought, then you should know that the answer is simple. Yes. Yes, you should be adjusting your life to go green in as many ways as possible. The levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere …

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Dec 17

How Geothermal Energy Works

Environmental concerns are all the rage right now, but that statement is a very, very positive one indeed. Over the course of the last several years, it’s come to the world’s attention that we need to be taking better care of the planet. Modern society is a wonderful thing, but it’s not really a machine …

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Jun 28

What is the Renewable Heat Incentive and How Can it Help You?

What is the Renewable Heat Incentive? The renewable heat incentive (RHI) is a U.K. government program designed to increase the amount of heat that is produced through the use of renewable power. It is the first program of its kind in the world. If you install a renewable heating system, then you will not only …

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Feb 21

Infographic: Green Home Upgrades That Pay You Back

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Sep 21

Guest Post: The Environmentally-Friendly and Efficient Home Heating System

You may instantly assume that every home, everywhere should have a heat pump because they are the most environmentally sound heating and cooling system. While this isn’t necessarily the case for every type of heat pump, it is certainly worthwhile addressing the eco-friendliness associated with the geothermal kind, and taking a further in-depth look at …

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Jun 09

Guest Post: Green Ways of Heating Your Home

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Today, most people know all about the various green ways of generating electricity: wind turbines, solar panels, hydro-electricity. But green heating methods for the home are somewhat less known. Let’s have a look at the various methods of heating your home in an environmentally friendly and economical manner.     Electric Radiators This modern, state …

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