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Feb 19

Can Solar and Wind Energy Really Be Replaced?

There is a heated debate going on for a long time now; one that our daily lives largely depend on. Our source of energy for everyday living, fossil fuels such as natural gases, petroleum, oil, and coal, are originally formed from animals and plants that lived billions of years ago that became buried deep under …

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Feb 07

The Sun is Rising on Solar – Solar Across the US and EU

Solar energy is still a largely untapped resource in the United States. While the past decade has seen a massive increase in solar in both the US and across the world, fossil fuel interests still hold an iron grip on much of the energy market. The benefits of solar energy have been downplayed by many …

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Nov 16

Heat Your Home The Friendly Way This Winter

Winter is on its way in the Northern hemisphere, and every year it seems to get colder as the planet itself heats up. It is beyond time when we need to have a shift in the way we think about heating our home, that is not damaging to the environment. ‘It’s too costly’? ‘It’s a …

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Oct 23

5 Eco-Friendly Home Appliances

Global warming is at an all-time high in the world yet we all know its devastating effects. With people constantly losing their environmental consciousness more so in developing nations, the future of the planet is not bright. Moreover, the world is rapidly transforming, and with the expeditious developments in technology, human efforts have been undermined. …

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Jul 25

Four Consumer Technologies That Are Paving the Way to a Greener Future

Technology is a wonderful thing. There are scientists working hard in labs and offices all across the world with a single goal: to make and invent something new. However, these technologies rarely reach the consumer market. If they do, they’re packaged in a way that helps us live our lives more comfortable and they’re usually …

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Jul 11

How to Make Your Property Attractive to a Buyer With an Eco-Friendly Mind-Set

Regardless President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement, lots of people around the world still believe in climate change. And because of this, it’s very likely that the next people who’ll show interest in buying your home are going to be pro-going green. Even if a potential home buyer isn’t interested in …

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Jul 10

Choosing the Right Solar Company for Install

Source: Wikimedia Commons   Solar power is quickly becoming more affordable and worth serious consideration for all homeowners, not just the ones purely interested in their impact on the environment. Many homeowners are realizing that they can have a more eco-friendly home and also save money by investing in solar over the long-term, which is …

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Jun 29

From Recycling to Renewables: How You Can Turn Your Home Green

Image Source   We all have to do our part to help the environment. Whether it’s small things like putting street garbage into the bin or composting, we can all do something to keep the world a little greener. Renewable energy sources have given us all a great opportunity to get away from how we …

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May 29

Top 5 Advantages of Using Solar Powered Lights

Let’s face it, technology hasn’t slowed down, not even the slightest and Solar Energy is no exception. However, trying to keep up with all the latest advancements in green energy technology is nearly impossible. With the ever increasing popularity of environmental friendly gadgets, the supply must meet the demand and this means products are being …

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May 22

How to Reduce Energy Costs on Your Pool Using Green Technology

There really is no better way to spend the hot summer months than splashing around in your very own backyard pool. There’s no need to pay for a club membership or spend time driving to the nearest community pool. With your own pool, you simply step out of the door and dive in anytime you …

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May 17

Principle Business Benefits of Using Renewable Forms of Energy

The business sector is the biggest consumer of power in Britain, purchasing approximately 56% from some 40 or so different energy suppliers and surpassing the energy consumption of domestic consumers. The government’s target by 2020 of 3% of our power usage coming from renewable sources means even a modest move in that direction by businesses …

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May 02

3 Tips for Reducing Your Carbon Footprint at Home

If you want to save money on your electricity bill you can take some time to carry out an electricity comparison. You can also act to reduce your carbon footprint, which helps to take care of the environment as well as saving you money. Your carbon footprint is the amount of carbon compounds, including carbon …

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