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Roundtable Recap: Money vs. Power | Urban Green Blog

Cecil Scheib, in his recent blog, highlights a growing concern that “simply comparing total energy use per square foot between different buildings omits important context”. 179 more words

Electricity Market

In Search of a New Refrigerator

Whether you are looking to buy a first refrigerator for your new house or replace an old one you will want to find a model that is right for you. 1,164 more words

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Consumer misbehavior: Why we're terrible at buying appliances

Research shows that consumers aren’t very good at buying appliances that will save them money in the long run, even when they are explicitly told about those savings. 686 more words

Term Sheet

That Which is Not Measured is Not Controlled

My mantra has been “That Which is Not Measured is Not Controlled”. This applies to my weight, household budget and energy use.

This saying is more commonly stated as “What gets measured gets managed” 372 more words

Philadelphia Among Top 10 Cities With Energy Star Certified Buildings

By Michelle Durham

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The EPA releases its annual list of the 25 U.S. Cities with the most Energy Star certified buildings. This year, Philadelphia cracked the top 10. 181 more words

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3M Earns ENERGY STAR 'Sustained Excellence' Award For Record Ninth Consecutive Year

ST. PAUL, Minn.–For an industry-leading ninth consecutive year, 3M has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year-Sustained Excellence Award for its comprehensive worldwide energy conservation efforts. 417 more words