Do Savings Come Out in the Wash?
A Large-Scale Study of Residential Laundry Systems
It would be easy to think that the 2007 Energy Bill, signed by President Bush at the end of last year, was all about automotive fuel economy. The legislation that requires fleet wide average fuel economy ... [continue reading]
Most office equipment and consumer electronic devices use external power supplies to convert high-voltage alternating current (AC) into the low-voltage direct current (DC) that they need to operate. The majority of these power supplies are ... [continue reading]
Business-minded people eagerly await the latest issue of Fortune magazine, and the more literary among us look forward to reading the latest fiction in the New Yorker or Atlantic Monthly. Here at Home Energy, some ... [continue reading]
In most U.S. cities, single-family homes make up the single largest source of demand for water. [continue reading]
In order to reach zero energy, a new home will require at least $20,000 worth of PV capacity just to offset the consumption of miscellaneous devices! [continue reading]
Homeowners throughout the United States can find incentives for making their homes more energy efficient with federal and state government ...
Renewable energy can be generated using multiple methods throughout the United States, and one of the primary forms of renewable ...