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Hot tips to help your AC unit keep you cool

By Patrick C. McIntyre, CSU Energy Coordinator

After receiving a $700 check from the City of College Station’s Energy Back II Rebate program, a College Station Utilities customer recently called with a simple question: 333 more words

Public Communications

You need a 2-Speed Fan and a 2-Speed Motor When You Add AC

It was 1988. My son and I had just been diagnosed with asthma. I already suffered from allergies and it was strongly recommended that we get… 404 more words


No further government funding for The Green Deal and big changes to grants

The Green Deal Finance Company (GDFC), which administers the Green Deal scheme, will no longer offer loans to consumers.

The Green Deal is a flagship scheme set up by the government to make properties more energy efficient by encouraging homeowners to install energy-saving measures such as insulation, double-glazing and new boilers. 191 more words

Help me out here--there is a new interest in Nukes?

I am just a simple man, and I know what works and what panders to all kinds of silly preferences.

Here is a sensible power and energy project–Nukes.



When it comes to your air conditioning system in and around Phoenix, we all know it can eat your lunch in summer utility bills. The reminders can get redundant, however if you take action and utilize these tips, you can actually save money and energy this summer. 314 more words

Air Conditioning

What windows can teach politicians!

There’s a lot politicians could learn from buying windows. Not some high-tech Bill Gates thing, just your plain old glass variety.

As you know, we are very keen on… 218 more words

Paul Rainger

Do Old Stone Homes Keep Their Cool?

We love to wax romantic about old stone homes and for good reason – they’re gorgeous! But in doing so we may sometimes perpetuate a big myth — that, thanks to those thick stone walls, old stone homes stay as cool as cucumbers on the hottest summer days. 262 more words

Old Stone Homes