Sundance Retrofit – Renewable

– [Narrator] This is Sundance, a community of 78 homes and 150 people. And Jean, Sandy and Stuart believe this type of community is the future of sustainable housing. 80% of the buildings that will be standing by 2050 are already standing today, and with 40% of emissions come from powering buildings we need a […]

How much electricity do my household items use?

How much electricity do my household items use? This is a very difficult question to answer, because there are so many different variables from one house to another. Now for instance, do you have a gas, or all-electric home? Or does your home use both? If your house is entirely electric, your electrical bill will […]

Electricity Bill Goes From $700 to $1.77 with HERO Program HVAC Financing

I’m Duane Baker and this is my wife, Mary. We’re here in Temecula, California. Our air conditioning system needed to be replaced. It had been repaired twice already and was getting ready to go again. Our old system was so inadequate. I would struggle with shutting it off at night when it was still very […]

PBS NewsHour full episode December 24, 2019

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: no end in sight:. The shelling of civilians continues in Syria. Meanwhile, the suspicious death of a humanitarian working in the country is raising concerns. Then: the Trump agenda — efforts by the president to resist new environmental rules now a rallying cry on […]

How Trump’s stance on energy-efficient appliances is connected to nostalgia

JUDY WOODRUFF: For years, there’s been a bipartisan push in Washington to change laws, regulations and incentives to make household appliances and goods more energy-efficient. But, as John Yang tells us, President Trump is moving to roll back some of those laws, arguing they have gone too far. JOHN YANG: It’s become a feature of […]

U at Buffalo Computer-Animated Walkthrough – Solar Decathlon 2015

Buffalo residents and their dwellings use an incredible amount of energy on a day to day basis … but what if a house existed that begins to address the issue of energy consumption at a broad level, from electrical consumption to food production? The GRoW Home, designed for an active urban gardening couple and comprised […]

Solar Energy Comes to the East Baltimore Campus

Johns Hopkins Medicine is taking advantage of the benefits of solar power on 100 acres in rural Queen Anne, Maryland, about 60 miles from the Johns Hopkins Hospital campus in Baltimore. The solar farm boasts more than 40,000 solar panels.>>This site produces 13 megawatts of energy and on a hot summer day in Baltimore with […]

Smart Energy Barbados SEB News Ep 03

Smart Energy Smart margin Smarter Efficient Better! This is the SEB Evening News in arms came about the recent influx of Sargassum seaweed on beaches is driving me tourists will get more details after this message 19 trees shrubs and other native plants helps reduce your carbon footprint by Shadia home and office thereby reducing […]

SHOULD I GO SOLAR?

Hey this is Martin Mesa with Rate One Financial. Welcome back to Mortgage Mind. Today’s video is called “Should I Go SOLAR?” Okay, so a lot of people are buying homes or converting existing homes they own to solar powered homes for a lot of obvious reasons, mainly to reduce their energy costs and for […]

Missouri S&T Audiovisual Presentation – Solar Decathlon 2015

>>Jenny: Hello and welcome to Nature’s Next Masterpiece. The Missouri S&T Solar House Design Team takes its role as innovators of net-zero housing with great respect. In this project, we focused on showing how efficient living is both comfortable and appealing to the everyday family.>>Narrator: Each year tons of materials are simply discarded into the […]