Category Archives: Energy News

Americans trying to be More Energy Efficient at Home

Majorities of Americans say that they are knowledgeable about energy sources, but are they making changes and taking advantage of what is out there to monitor their own usage? Majorities of Americans are doing some basic things like turning off … Continue reading

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Harvesting Static Electricity from the Atmosphere

Sefe, Inc. Engineering a Brighter Tomorrow!

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The campaign for Clean Energy Victory Bonds has made an exciting leap forward! Representative Bob Filner (D-CA) and 10 cosponsors introduced HR 6275, the Clean Energy Victory Bonds Act of 2012, to the House of Representatives.  The bill is supported…

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Revenue from Solar Grew $76 Billion in 4 years

Fact:Revenue in the solar industry grew to $93 billion in 2011- up from $17 billion in 2007. http://nyti.ms/TjRcRo @energyfactcheck

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Unveil Building Energy Use, Create Thousands of Jobs

When buildings’ energy use is made transparent (given a grade that is published online or shared in a real estate transaction), it’s like an MPG sticker for buildings. Americans can shop for office space or a new apartment with an … Continue reading

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Enerystar’s Battle of the Buildings: Biggest Energy Loser Competition

EPA’s ENERGY STAR National Building Competition is bigger and better than ever! Nearly 3,300 buildings are battling the scale and each other as they compete to find out who can be the biggest energy loser. Teams represent more than 30 … Continue reading

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Photos Reveal Your Home’s Energy Loss In Lurid Color

Home energy efficiency is a deadly dull business, and Essess knows it. But the startup has a picture to show you, one where poorly insulated walls and drafty windows appear in a yellow so bright it makes your eyes ache. … Continue reading

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