Reference: http://energy.gov/articles/buildings-future BUILDINGS USE A LOT OF ENERGY. THIS PLAN WILL CHANGE THAT. The buildings of today account for 40% of energy consumption and 38% of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. Our country is making progress towards improving the efficiency of buildings, but what if we could fast-forward 100 years–what would buildings be like […]
View these federal tax credits, rebates and savings for residential insulation in the state of Texas.
Reference: bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2016/07/27 If a house costs a fortune to heat, wouldn’t most home buyers want to learn that up front? They would, if the Legislature includes a common-sense measure in pending energy legislation that would require a free energy efficiency audit when a home changes hands. In a state like Massachusetts, where many houses use oil […]