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*******homeenergyteam****/as-seen-on-tvHome Energy Team can help you take action to prevent your home maintenance costs from spiraling out of control.By scheduling an energy audit with Home Energy Team, you will be taking the first steps to making your home more energy efficient. In conducting an energy audit, a professional home energy auditor will make a detailed assessment of your home. Based upon this report, Home Energy Team will advise you what you need to do, to effectively reduce your energy costs. Should you choose to implement any of these measures, we can provide you with certified independent energy efficient contractors who are highly experienced in energy management solutions.
13 Aug 2010
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*******homeenergyteam****/benefits-of-home-energy-audit Like many homeowners today, you're probably looking to outside sources for energy efficient solutions to help lower your energy bills. With home energy costs on the rise, it's getting increasingly difficult for homeowners to manage. However, there are a number of energy efficient solutions that you can implement on your own, which can help to reduce your energy costs significantly. At Home Energy Team, we've compiled a list of energy efficient solutions to help you get started. For ease of navigation, we've divided them into sections; simply click on the area that concerns you. You'll find a number of useful energy efficient solutions on how to save energy and thus reduce your costs.
11 Aug 2010
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11 Aug 2010
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In The Qube - Episode 106 We present the latest Sony Vaio range of laptops. These Eco-Friendly laptop are Energy Star efficient and are built in part from recycled products such as plastic bottles and CDs! We also show you the Nokia Booklet 3G, with its 12 hour battery life and the fully waterproof RCA EZ4000 HD Camera. Download the In The Qube App Free from the App Store where you can find further clips from the series and exclusive goodies: ******* All Rights Reserved Sony 2010
8 Sep 2010
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GE has introduced this energy efficient water heating appliance that can cut home water heating costs by up to 62% compared to traditional methods. Check out this informational video to help decide if this General Electric unit may be a good fit for your home. As always, vist our website for more information: *******www.karlsappliance****
29 Sep 2010
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Want to be a smarter Oil & Gas company? IBM deeply understands the issues petroleum companies face and has the industry expertise, technology know-how and depth of experience to help. IBM uses advanced seismic algorithms and supercomputing to improve exploration and production, leverages enterprise asset management to reduce downtime and costs, and improves global operations through supply chain strategies. It's time we explore smarter ways to efficiently and safely provide affordable energy.
8 Oct 2010
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23 Oct 2010
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***********/smarterplanet/us/en/smart_grid/nextsteps/index.html?cmp=agus_cxosp2gridsol-20101022&cm=v&csr=windpow&cr=metacafe&ct=usbrb301 This is the grid of the future – leveraging clean and efficient wind power to reduce your energy costs and carbon footprint. The future is here. This is how IBM and Oncor are building a smarter Texas and a smarter planet.
29 Oct 2010
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GREAT WORKMANSHIP! Your installation staff, at ThinkWindowsNevada****, would have made you proud had you witnessed the grand service and workmanship. They were all incredible, Canny, Victor, Mark, Jason and Ben. I cannot speak highly enough of Danny - perfect customer rapport, friendly, efficient, off-the-charts great workmanship. He informed me of what to expect, consulted me on choices and offered me an up-dated look on the trim style with which I am very pleased. All the trim is great, and I am especially happy with the interior trim to the ding room slider - a masterpiece a la Danny and Mark. Everyone of the installation crew, Danny, Victor, Mark, Jason and Ben was a pleasure to have working on my home, for their demeanor, efficiency, and being great at the job they did.
12 Nov 2010
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Re-broadcast of A Channel spot with Rick McMullin of Ricky Ratchet's Auto Repair London Ontario on tips for increasing fuel efficiency. *******www.rickyratchets**** 519-455-5351 140 Clarke Road London Ontario
7 Dec 2010
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Bob Vavra from Plant Engineering Magazine discusses how IBM's Integrated Service Management can improve energy management and efficiency for manufacturing companies.
9 Dec 2010
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BY PAUL ROLFE ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource environment news analysis from Newsy PRESIDENT OBAMA: “Now clean energy breakthrough’s will only translate into clean energy jobs if businesses know there will be a market for what they’re selling. So tonight I challenge you to join me in setting a new goal. By 2035, 80% of America’s electricity will come from clean energy sources.” (Wall Street Journal) Obama put forward his clean energy goal in January’s State of the Union address. Now -- New Mexico Democratic Senator Jeff Bingaman has to figure out how to make it happen -- because he chairs the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. The Hill’s Energy and Environment blog reports he’s seeking public input by issuing a “white paper”. “The paper asks a series of questions, such as whether all utilities should be subject to the standard, how to define what constitutes ‘clean’ energy that meets the standard, what role efficiency might play, what the economic effects of the standard might be, and many others.” Business Green says this method of public comment is unusual for such an important piece of legislation -- and asks -- does that mean it’s in trouble? “Bingaman's office insisted the decision to seek public feedback was not an indication the bill was facing difficulties, arguing instead that the approach would help build broad support for the legislation.” Bingaman isn’t sure about the specific goals of the clean energy plan -- curbing pollutants, lowering electricity rates, or spurring certain technologies? That uncertainty prompts David Roberts from Grist to call the president’s plan “hopey-changey”. “It's a pretty good rule of thumb that if you can't lay out the goals of your policy clearly, you're unlikely to design it well… Given my current state of high cynicism, I would be gobsmacked if anything substantive on clean energy passed this Congress.” Bingaman admits to Bloomberg -- he’s facing an uphill battle. SEN. BINGAMAN: “It’s tough, it’s tough. And anything’s tough in Washington these days. But this of course will be tough too. But we’re working on it, and we hope we can make some progress.” In 2009 Bingaman pushed a Renewable Energy Standard through the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources but it ultimately failed in Congress. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY KELSEY ALUMBAUGH You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy It’s a classic roadtrip game -- you see a Volkswagen Beetle, yell “SLUG BUG,” and slug your neighbor. But with the newest generation of Beetle, you might have to re-learn what it looks like to avoid the punch. AOL News has the scoop on the old model. “The New Beetle went out of production in late 2009 after a decade. As critical to Volkswagen’s comeback as it was, one of the problems with the car was that its soft, bulbous lines and arched roof made it appealing to women. Especially those over 40, but men and young people passed it over.” The new design is described as more masculine in order to avoid that demographic issue -- and was introduced at the New York Auto Show Monday. Times Live reports -- -- the Beetle is now longer, wider and shorter. It has narrower windows, a sharp crease along the sides, and a flatter roof -- and the built in flower pot has been axed. And TIME’s Techland blog says the exterior design of the car isn’t all that’s new. “[I]nterior features like a Fender Premium Audio System, an 80 percent larger glass sunroof that blocks virtually all ultraviolet radiation and ‘92 percent’ of thermal energy, and an automatic safety feature that kills electricity to the fuel pump in the event of a collision.” The new Beetle will be available in September or October of this year, but its first owner won’t actually have to buy it. “[T]he car will actually get it’s first owners from audience members of Oprah Winfrey’s TV show.” The overhaul of the previous Beetle design is part of Volkswagen’s new business plan. According to CBC News, over the next ten years, Volkswagen wants to triple sales of cars and trucks in the U.S. Volkswagen is also trying to broaden the market globally, according to USA Today... “VW expects China, Europe, Mexico and the U.S. to be the main markets to start, growing to 60 or 70 countries, on all continents, quickly.” TIME reports Volkswagen claims the 2012 Beetle will be the most fuel efficient yet, clocking 40 miles per gallon on the highway and 29 in the city. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
23 Apr 2011
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BY KELSEY ALUMBAUGH ANCHOR ANA COMPAIGN-ROMERO You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy Calling all Back to the Future geeks. (Guyism reports...) “Doc Brown and Marty McFly told us — eventually untrue, sadly — tales about the future where there would be flying cars powered by garbage ...Thankfully, some geniuses are a little closer to making one of those things happen.” Fast and efficient little cars powered by trash! Engineers from the Polytechnic Institute of Catalonia invented a vehicle that runs off pop can tabs. The cars can go up to 20 miles per hour and run for up to 40 minutes off the aluminum-based fuel. Endgadget The aluminum tabs make a hydrogen-based power that is virtually CO2 emission-free. Wired UK explains the process. “A vinegar filter with water helps remove traces of hydroxides, while another filter containing a silica gel ball gets rid of the moisture. … Once produced, the clean hydrogen feeds the fuel cell that produces the energy for the car. Because it's a completely closed cycle, the little machine doesn't belch out any carbon dioxide emissions.” All Car Tech says the project may be innovative but impractical for large scale use. “'s just a bit of fun and probably not something that could be economically scaled up - it'd probably take slightly more than a handful of ring-pulls to power even the smallest of road vehicles." But Popular Science reports the engineers are hopeful to push the technology for use on a larger scale. “The duo that created the project hopes to eventually create ‘microcars’ with much more power, yet the same zero-emissions attributes.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
24 Apr 2011
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BY LINDSEY WOLF ANCHOR JIM FLINK You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy. In honor of Earth Day, Greenpeace released a study alleging the world’s largest tech companies really aren’t that green. San Francisco’s KGO explains. “The environmental organization criticizes several companies including Apple, Facebook and Twitter for the enormous amounts of energy they use and calls them to commit to using clean renewable energy sources.” And the dirtiest of them all according to green activists? Apple. CNN: “Apple's data-storage practices earned the lowest ‘Clean Energy Index’ score. The score considers the percentage of these data centers' electricity generated by ‘clean’ energy such as solar or wind power versus ‘dirtier’ energy sources, such as coal and nuclear power.” The main culprit appears to be the company’s 500,000 square-foot data center in North Carolina which Greenpeace says, only uses 5 percent clean energy. The facility consumes as much energy as 80,000 homes in the U.S. or a quarter of a million homes in Europe. Greenpeace says Apple is thinking economically -- not ecologically. "Apple's decision to locate its iDataCenter in North Carolina … indicates a lack of a corporate commitment to clean energy supply for its cloud operations … [I]n addition to tax incentives, access to inexpensive energy, regardless of its source, is a key driver in Apple's site selection." To the contrary, on its website, Apple highlights how small their carbon footprint is. “Apple is committed to ensuring that working conditions in our supply chain are safe … and manufacturing processes are environmentally responsible.” But a blogger for ZDNet argues - should the environment be the first thing on these tech giants’ minds? Or should they focus on - well - technology? “I do believe the cloud computing could be more inherently green than the current model, but I agree that energy efficiency shouldn’t be the only focus. These companies have the might to make a difference.” So, who is this cleanest? Greenies say -- Yahoo! -- with a 56% clean energy index. Sure, the search engine is eco-friendly, but it’s not doing too hot from a business standpoint. “From a purely business perspective, none of this matters, of course. Yahoo, for example, may be among the greenest of cloud providers, but the company itself has been tanking.” Another fun fact from the report: if cloud computing were a country, Greenpeace says, it would be the fifth-largest energy consumer in the world - behind Japan and before India. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
26 Apr 2011
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24 Jun 2011
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