energy saving Articles

  • Incentives for energy saving homes

    The federal government’s push for green, energy efficient homes is a strong indication of better financing, higher real estate value and faster sales, which is all good news for consumers and the housing industry. To encourage energy conservation in housing, heftier real estate tax credits are being given for solar panels, solar water heaters, geothermal heat pumps, heavy-duty insulation, ...


  • Data Centre CRAC unit efficiency improvements

    One of the main types of project Munters look at is energy efficiency improvements within the thermal management side. One of the easiest changes that can be made is swapping out the old AC powered motors for EC powered impellors. the reductions in energy is considerable, with some older belt drive unit changes measuring a saving of over 60% this is due to the design of the new impellors and the ...


    By Munters

  • Big Data: It’s all about the strategy

    Big Data, a huge amount of data, is a challenge for researchers and analysts. Although the data sets can lead to many new insights after the evaluation, their complexity, fast rate of change, and simply their amount makes it almost impossible to process them with classic methods and without smart technical aids. Images, audios, videos, GPS satellite data, internal company information, social ...

  • A new light on saving energy

    Some 80,000 dynamic street lights have been installed in Europe over the past few years. Quite a modest number if you consider that there are some 91 million light points in Europe. The city of Oslo alone has 54,000 street lights. A dynamic street light is a system that tells you exactly how much energy each single luminary is using and when its lamp needs to be replaced. It adapts the light ...

  • Simple Energy Saving Tips

    Occasionally people ask me some variation of the following: “I can’t get my company to develop a ‘green’ program. People are either too busy or they worry that it will cost too much or can’t grasp the benefits. Can you suggest some simple, cheap ‘green’ ideas that we can implement easily that will result in some tangible benefits? Maybe then ...


  • NOW is the time for energy savings!

    NOW Is The Time for Energy Savings! You’ve been reading on-line, in journals, perhaps even in Environmental News for You and seen the arguments of why a climate change program is beneficial for your company: • proven reduction in operational costs;• opportunity to generate carbon credits for potential additional revenue;• create new, attractive products and re-package old ones;• use as ...


  • Energy Savings Case History

    The Customer The Company is a worldwide supplier of thousands of innovative and reliable products to dozens of diverse markets—from automotive to healthcare to renewable energy to electronics. Products include tapes, adhesives, abrasives, films, reflective materials, filtration systems and an array of other products that keep homes clean, offices organized and buildings ...

  • Saving energy and eating better

    The US consumer wants food to be fresh, local and organic. But that means larger grocery bills in an economy where most people need them to be smaller. As the New York Times tells it, 20-somethings, just out of college, feel the squeeze the most. They are more intent on ...

  • The benefits of monitoring compressed air

    Compressed air is used in many manufacturing processes for many different reasons, from the actuation and control of pneumatic valves and cylinders to the operation of process machinery and tooling. It can also be used as a transport medium for bulk materials or as a purge gas. For all its uses it is nonetheless expensive. This is why, through detailed monitoring, a business can enjoy the ...


    By Contrec Europe Limited

  • Enabling the workforce to save energy

    The task To spread the energy efficiency and environmental improvement messages to the wider ...


    By Ricardo-AEA

  • Save money, save carbon

    As a way of saving money in a financially difficult time, engaging in a resource efficiency programme can help organsations cut costs from waste, water, packaging, emissions and supply chain wastage. Embedding a resource efficient approach to procurement business can proactively work with suppliers that offer cost effective solutions as well as environmentally preferable options. In the UK there ...


    By Crowberry Consulting

  • Cool roofs to save energy, save money and save carbon!

    Cool roof technologies have turned up to be one of the simplest ways of cutting energy usage and improving building ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Saving Renewable Energy for a Rainy Day

    Despite advances in renewable energy technologies, one of the largest hurdles in their widespread adoption has been their intermittent reliability. Energy is only useful if it is available as the grid demands it, which is why concerns about carbon emissions are overridden in favor of the more dependable oil, coal and gas for baseload power. In order for renewable sources such as wind and solar ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Energy efficiency and savings in the Russian Federation

    The low renovation rate of technological equipment and extreme economic crisis over the last ten years in Russia has led to the formation of great energy conservation potential. Over the last decade, the energy intensity of industrial production has increased by 1.5; energy conservation potential is estimated as 30% of energy consumption. The article contains information about energy consumption ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • How to tap the energy savings in greywater

    Many operators of offices, hospitals, hotels, large condos, and other buildings are aware of the need to save money and reduce their environmental impact, through better water management. The result has been the growth of ways to reduce water consumption, ranging from low-flow show-crheads to landscaping that requires minimal watering. Building operators are also aware of a similar need to ...


    By DDI Heat Exchangers Inc.

  • Feed-in Tariffs: the energy saving option

    Energy saving feed-in tariffs (ESFITs) are a relatively new concept and are designed to use the same principles as Feed in Tariffs for renewable energy (REFITs) They offer a promising way of improving electricity efficiency and reducing electricity demand, thereby decreasing carbon emissions The Electricity Market Reform proposals which form part of the 2012 Energy Bill provide a bias ...

  • The bottom line on energy savings certificates

    Energy savings certificates (ESCs) are used in some states as a mechanism through which third parties, such as commercial and industrial companies, can help utilities comply with energy efficiency targets. This issue explains ESCs and discusses their role in compliance markets. ...

  • No place like home for energy savings

    Apparently there is no place like home, even when it comes to fulfilling lofty wishes like fixing our energy supply. A recent White House task force on the middle class finds that our homes generate more than 20% of the nation's carbon dioxide emissions. If we make our houses more efficient, we can significantly cut emissions and reduce energy use by 40%, a move that could lower our bills by $21 ...

  • US beats expectations saving energy

    Americans tend to beat themselves up over their imperfections. We eat too much, watch too much TV and owe China too much money. Despite all of our sloth, we can feel good about one area: our progress saving energy. A report issued this week by the Institute for Electric Efficiency found that we saved enough electricity to ...

  • Worldwide energy savings, no magic required

    Is all this effort to save energy worth it? Consider this. Had we neglected energy efficiency from 1980 to 2010, worldwide energy use would be 35 percent higher. What does this mean? Look at the amount of energy used in the world’s two largest economies – the United States and China. That’s about how much energy the world saved. This comes from ...

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