Home Comfort
1 view | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Jackson Peters
Scoop.it!

Tankless Water Heaters Don't Use Less Energy - EBN: 22:6

Tankless Water Heaters Don't Use Less Energy - EBN: 22:6 | Home Comfort | Scoop.it
Energy savings from on-demand water heating varies wildly depending on usage patterns.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Jackson Peters
Scoop.it!

5 Energy Saving Tips From Summer

5 Energy Saving Tips From Summer | Home Comfort | Scoop.it
After an extra long winter, when the sun is shining we know the last thing you want to worry about is conserving energy. But you don't want to let another hot summer end with a giant bill.

In betwe
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Jackson Peters
Scoop.it!

During warm summer months, UT restores decade-old air conditioning systems - UT The Daily Texan

During warm summer months, UT restores decade-old air conditioning systems - UT The Daily Texan | Home Comfort | Scoop.it
UT The Daily Texan During warm summer months, UT restores decade-old air conditioning systems UT The Daily Texan Walking into the cold, crisp gust of an air-conditioned room and escaping the searing Texas heat is a moment of relief for many...
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Jackson Peters from Energy Efficiency News and Reviews
Scoop.it!

Building technology and new laws drive energy efficiency forward - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Building technology and new laws drive energy efficiency forward - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning | Home Comfort | Scoop.it
Building technology and new laws drive energy efficiency forward Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Furthermore, the demand for energy-efficient technology is expected to increase with impending announcement by the government regarding the revised...

Via ecoInsight
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Jackson Peters
Scoop.it!

MFMP Post Test Data on Water Heating Experiment [Updated with ...

MFMP Post Test Data on Water Heating Experiment [Updated with ... | Home Comfort | Scoop.it
The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project team is reporting results of an interesting experiment comparing the ability of two cells -- one active (using wire...
more...
No comment yet.