Over the past few years, solar panel systems have become an affordable option for many homeowners as cost has decreased dramatically.
If you find yourself away on vacation and forgot to program your thermostat, with the iComfort Wi-Fi, it’s no problem! You can manage the temperature settings from any device or location.
Solar energy is emerging as a go-to energy option here in California and across the country.
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Going solar is expensive, but plummeting equipment prices and federal, state, & local incentives are encouraging homeowners across America to take the plunge and put photovoltaic panels on their roofs.
A decade ago, the solar industry was almost nonexistent in the U.S. Today, solar power plants are competing with fossil fuels on a cost-per-kW-hr basis to provide energy to the grid.
Solar PV installations nearly matched those of hydropower and, for the first time, outpaced wind additions.
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Tripping over cords in your home office? Use binder clips to keep cords accessible and tangle free. Check out 6 more tricks to help you stay organized at home.
Waiting patiently behind fossil fuels for the last 100 years for its moment to shine in the U.S. energy economy, geothermal finds itself playing second fiddle instead to newer technologies like solar and wind power.
What’s the latest in high-tech home comfort? Digital thermostats. The iComfort Wifi from Lennox is a customer favorite, and it’s great because you can adjust your system’s settings directly from your phone, anywhere in the world.
Your home starts at its foundation, so make sure you are living on a solid base. Do an annual check to spot any cracks. A good rule of thumb is if a crack fits a No. 2 pencil, it can signal a much larger problem that needs attention.
Recently, the Energy Department announced that it is plunking down $31 million to rev up a cutting edge geothermal demo project that could enable the US to tap into an estimated 100 gigawatts of geothermal power.