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All About Energy

Why Just Tracking Energy Usage Isn’t Enough

Caroline Haywood May 25, 2017 2:13:18 PM
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When it comes to keeping your business afloat, one key element is cost savings. Any way you can help your business cut costs and save money will financially help in the long run. One easy way to save is by tracking and reducing your energy usage, but what happens when that is not enough. Research shows that almost 30% of energy in commercial buildings is wasted. It may seem that no matter how hard you and your business try to cut back, the savings just aren't happening, tracking energy isn’t enough.

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President Trump's Impact on Climate Change Policy

Caroline Haywood Apr 22, 2017 9:08:00 AM
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On Tuesday March the 21st, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that will relax the government's climate policies. The order aims to protect American jobs in the energy industry as part of President Trump’s “America First” plan. However, the cost to the environment could be too high.

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How to Use the Energy Markets to Save and Earn Cash

Tyler Bailey Nov 15, 2016 7:39:00 AM
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If you're planning your company's budget for next year, know that getting smart about your energy use can save AND earn you money. 

 

Unraveling your energy choices may seem like a daunting task, but it's well worth the effort. Learning to navigate the marketplace can help you seize new opportunities to save cash and generate revenue.

Not sure where to begin? Check out the energy strategies we've shared below to start boosting your 2017 budget. 

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How Slaying Energy Vampires Can Save You Money

Caroline Haywood Oct 27, 2016 7:30:00 AM
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Are your electronics sucking the life out of your wallet?  If so, you may have energy vampires - devices that eat power when you're not using them. While the moniker may sound funny, these "idle loads" are no laughing matter.

 

Electricity-draining devices account for almost 20% of your energy bill. As a whole, appliances that pull down power while on standby cost Americans about $19 billion dollars a year. Not only are these vampires bad for your wallet, but they’re also bad for the environment.

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