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JouleFool’s 1st 10 Days of Solar Power Production

The numbers from JouleFool’s  first ten days of going Solar are in.  We’re on pace to produce   675 Kw-hours this month.   Looking at last years usage of 400Kw-hrs, we’ll be a net producer this month.   SolarCity was a great company to work with in getting … Continue reading

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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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Home Energy Yardstick: How does your home compare to others?

Getting a handle on your home’s energy use is an important first step to improving efficiency.  You can do a simple assessment yourself using our on-line tools, or have a professional energy auditor perform a more thorough audit.  Then, use … Continue reading

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Help Spread the Word of Energy Efficiency!

Help spread the word on Energy Efficiency with JouleFool gear! http://ow.ly/cGbfb

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Just 3 days away before the Green SolarCity Truck Shows Up!

Just 3 days away before the Green SolarCity truck shows up to install a system at JouleFool headquarters! Does a Solar Lease or PPA work for you? Learn More: http://ow.ly/cDV97

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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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Are old houses doomed? The conflict between historic preservation and energy efficiency

I’ve often wondered how old homes will continue to appreciate when home building technologies are improving exponentially.  I love old homes and architecture (I’m originally from New Orleans) and connected with this preservationist’s struggle to make his home energy efficient. Happy Savings, … Continue reading

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