A Shift in Energy Information's Center of Gravity?

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A Shift in Energy Information's Center of Gravity?

Who would have expected the purchase of a thermostat company to be at the top of the business news? What is Google up to? Pundits say that Google plans to monetize the thermostat data by ...

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Is Half a Billion Enough?

Author: Alan Meier
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September 01, 1995

As this issue goes to press, Congress is wrestling with the budget for energy efficiency. This covers a wide range of activities, from basic research into new materials and technologies that save energy to low-income weatherization and dissemination of information to consumers. [continue reading]

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The Need to Measure Energy Savings

Author: Alan Meier
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July 01, 1995

One of the more perplexing challenges in the conservation business is measuring energy savings from a retrofit. [continue reading]

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Hey Newt, Here Are Some Orphans With Potential

Author: Alan Meier
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May 01, 1995

Most of us remember the glory days of solar energy, when solar collectors were going to solve the energy crisis, oil shortage, and all our environmental problems. [continue reading]

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http://www.eren.doe.gov/

Author: Alan Meier
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March 01, 1995

The title of this editorial is probably recognizable to only a small percentage of Home Energy's readers, but after reading "Home Energy on the Internet," (page 41), you can begin to understand a little more about what the so-called information superhighway currently offers to those involved in energy efficiency. [continue reading]

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Cheap Electricity II

Author: Alan Meier
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January 01, 1995

About a year-and-a-half ago, I wrote about the appearance of "Cheap Electricity" caused by plummeting natural gas prices and the onset of independent power producers generating power with gas turbines (see HEJuly/Aug `93, p.2). Some independents are producing electricity for less than 3.5¢/kWh. [continue reading]

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Lighting Is the Litmus Test

Author: Alan Meier
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November 01, 1994

Chances are, buying a new furnace or water heater is not going to have much effect on the aesthetic character of your house. Changing your lighting, on the other hand, can have a tremendous impact--not just on aesthetics--but also on productivity and comfort. [continue reading]

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