I have made numerous efficiency-enhancing suggestions to people who can’t afford air conditioning. However, they said that their homes’ designs can’t accommodate those enhancements easily. After encountering that road block so many times, I decided it was necessary to discuss it (along with potential solutions) in this article. Major Reasons Why People Struggle To Reduce […]
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Talk about sweating too much this summer over the cost of high energy bills for electricity for air conditioning — window film might come to the rescue. In a season where air-conditioning dominates in Florida, along with the growing cost of electricity, a new study published by the International Window Film Association shows window film […]
IKEA Plugs-in South Florida’s Largest Solar Energy System to Become State’s Largest Non-Utility Solar Owner
This installation represents the 35th completed solar project for IKEA in the U.S., with four more locations underway, making the eventual U.S. solar presence of IKEA nearly 90% of its U.S. locations with a total generation of 38 MW. IKEA owns and operates each of its solar PV energy systems atop its buildings – as opposed to a solar lease or PPA (power purchase agreement) – and globally has allocated $1.8 billion to invest in renewable energy through 2015.
Florida residents wishing to cut down on their energy bills have a new resource for energy saving tips. Florida Power & Light Company celebrated Earth Day 2011 with the launch of a new online virtual energy-efficiency tour. The interactive tool enables visitors to explore a typical Florida home room-by-room to learn interesting facts and helpful […]
“Everyone is jumping on the green bandwagon,” said Victor Alonso, the design officer for Miami-Dade County Public Schools.