10 tips for saving energy
Tags: ENERGY conservation
- Drives cut pastry production costs. // Works Management;Dec2009, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p29
The article reports on the move of Ginsters Ltd. to install new drives on its chiller pumps to save energy consumption on its bakery in Cornwall, England.
- How Can You Help? // Scholastic Scope;11/13/2006, Vol. 55 Issue 6/7, p14
The article presents advice related to energy conservation for the people living in the U.S.
- Do energy reprofits bring engineers business? // Architectural Record;Mar1986, Vol. 174 Issue 3, p47
Do energy reprofits bring engineers business or bypass their services? One surviving practice of the many innovative business ventures which sprang from the energy conservation movement of the early 1970s. Shared-savings energy contracting is now thriving, but its revival is getting mixed reviews.
- Next time let's have a plan. Linn, C. // Architectural Record;Feb1991, Vol. 179 Issue 2, Record Lighting p5
No abstract available.
- Spielvogel's spiel. // Buildings;Feb95, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p24
Presents tips on how to buy energy-wise products.
- Energy options. // Country Living;Aug90, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p23
Tells how to obtain the fact sheet `Appliance Labeling,' from the Conservation and Renewable Energy Inquiry and Referral Service.
- Be an energy sheriff. Watson, B.; Matheis, S. // Cobblestone;Oct90, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p42
Lists 22 actions to take to help conserve natural gas, electricity, gasoline and heating oil.
- Earth mound windbreaks. Lytle, E. // Consumers' Research Magazine;Aug88, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p25
Discussion of the use of earth mounds as an energy-saving windbreak. How they work; Berms; Advice to consult landscaper; What is needed to place a berm on property; Costs; Decision on where to direct energy savings measures to whichever fuel bill is highest; Summer cooling and winter heating.
- Conserving energy in the home. Seisler, J. // Consumers' Research Magazine;Dec89, Vol. 72 Issue 12, p18
Describes various improved energy-saving products now generally available. Heating systems; Electronic thermostats; Energy management systems; Low-E glass windows; Lighting. INSET: Determining your needs..
- Steps toward a more energy-efficient home. Howard, Bion D. // Consumers' Research Magazine;Jan1993, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p10
Presents several steps toward achieving a more energy-efficient home. Department of Energy's `National Energy Strategy'; Weatherization; Thermal protection; Windows and doors; Heating and air-conditioning systems; Distribution system; Ventilation; Hot water system; Electricity use; Landscape...