MIT Discovers New Material: To Harness Energy, Generate Electricity With Water, Without Waste If there’s one thing most people can agree on, it’s that the world needs to embrace renewable energy to reduce environmental pollution. As of 2018, renewable energy only accounted for 11% of all the power consumed in the U.S.Yet 77% of Americans
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How Apple Became One of The Greenest Companies in America You probably know 101 things about Apple and its products, but did you know that it was ranked number eight in the Top 10 Greenest Companies in the United States for 2017(1)? This achievement is an impressive feat considering there are over eight million registered
How to Get a Free Nest Learning Thermostat The U.S Residential Energy Consumption Survey says home heating and cooling make up the biggest energy expense in the U.S. and accounts for 48% of the average homeowner’s energy bill (1). With high-quality gadgets like our best solar pool heater, best solar attic fan, and Google’s Nest
5 Cool Energy-Saving Gadgets You’ve Probably NEVER Heard Of One of the major challenges every homeowner faces is how to reduce their utility bills. According to ENERGY STAR®, the average household in the U.S. spends at least $2,000 a year on utility bills (1). This accounts for about 7% of the average homeowner’s income (2).