Posts Tagged ‘ energy conservation ’

Plug Loads A Growing Concern

May 7, 2013
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Plug Loads A Growing Concern

Plug loads from electronic devices, mobile chargers, and vampire power are becoming a larger problem and one that green buildings and homes must address. So what's being done? A couple of the greenest and smartest buildings in the world offer us some clues.

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They Just Don’t Get It: Why Energy Efficiency is the Key

September 27, 2011
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They Just Don’t Get It: Why Energy Efficiency is the Key

Why do media references to “green” and “green tech” always seem to be about renewable energy sources like solar and wind power? A signature New York Times hand-wringing piece, Why is the U.S. Losing the Green Race, concerns itself primarily with the federal government’s investment in the failed solar energy company Solyndra. Several green...

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Are Energy Efficiency and Earth Day a Bad Mix?

April 21, 2011
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Are Energy Efficiency and Earth Day a Bad Mix?

The concepts of energy conservation, energy savings and energy efficiency have made great ground in the last couple of years. Many people have come to accept saving energy as a good thing, largely because we can save money by being more efficient. But are energy efficiency and Earth Day a good mix—or bad?

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Energy Conservation Can Make Us Richer

September 30, 2009
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Hooray! Nobel Award-winning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is backing legislation to curb climate change. Not only that, he has stated in a recent column that energy conservation can make consumers richer. Why is this such a good thing, besides the getting richer part? Krugman’s opinions cast considerable clout, regardless of...

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