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  • EPA Tips to Help Reduce Health Concerns and Improve Efficiency When Using Wood Heaters

    With a very cold winter in full swing in New England, many people seek to reduce their heating costs by turning to wood as a cost-saving, renewable source of energy. However, both indoor and outdoor wood heaters may be inefficient and emit more pollutants into the air than heat sources that burn oil or natural gas. By following some wood-burning tips, people can help ensure that wood is burned ...

  • With Cooler Weather, advice to New Englanders for safer, cleaner wood-burning (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT)

    As cooler temperatures return in the northeast and many people seek to avoid high heating costs, more and more New Englanders are turning to wood as a cost-saving, renewable source of energy. EPA reminds New Englanders that wood heaters may emit more pollutants into the air than the heat sources they replace such as oil or natural gas. Following some easy recommendations and tips can help ensure ...

  • Innovative, future oriented and sustainable

    The 12th International Energy Trade Fair RENEXPO provides a platform for the most current and up to date information and innovations in the renewable energy sector. The comprehensive program includes the trade fair, expert forums, conferences and an enticing accompanying program for presenting the newest developments in the areas of regenerative energy production, intelligent energy ...


    By Energy-Server - REECO GmbH

  • Original heating source now new-fashioned favourite

    With the *NSW government recognising the outstanding energy efficiency of wood heating, rating it higher than five star gas heating or six star air conditioning, budget savvy home owners are upgrading their old fireplaces. With the Winter chill now set in and efficient heating being a red hot topic; the flicker of the flame is literally adding fuel to the debate on how to best optimise ...


    By SCHOTT AG

  • China: powering China`s development: the role of renewable energy

    As the second largest energy consumer in the world, China's need for secure, affordable, and environmentally sustainable energy for its 1.3 billion people is palpable. In the space of just a few years, China has become a global leader in renewable energy investment and industry, and much more growth is expected, write Eric Martinot and Li Junfeng, authors of a new Worldwatch Institute report. In ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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