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Green Deal: Let’s Save our Lovely Planet

This was written by Nadine Ryan of I Say! Digital. The advent of new technologies has made life so easy for us through the creation of items and tools used on a daily basis such as washing machine, TV, fridge and so on. But it also has its side effects as it causes us to use […]

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Tips For Water Conservation

Everyday Simple Tips For Water Conservation

This was written by Victor Daily of Domestic Water Meters. Water is a precious commodity! Everybody is aware of that. But how many individuals actually do their part to save water in their homes on a daily basis? The importance of presence of water in our everyday lives is felt only when we face acute […]

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Why Should I Get Solar Panels

Why Should I Get Solar Panels?

This was written by Mathias Aarre Maehlum of Energy Informative. In this article we are taking a look at the most important factors to determine whether or not solar power is going to be affordable in your particular situation. Let’s first look at the most important reasons for why you should invest in solar: Lower Your […]

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Alternative Low Emission Fuels to Power your Car

Alternative Low Emission Fuels to Power your Car

This guest post is by David Beastall writing on behalf of Northern Energy. Everybody’s familiar with petroleum gas and diesel fuels, however there are other alternative energy sources for powering your car once converted that have benefits you might not have considered before. LPG LPG (also known as LP Gas) is short for liquefied petroleum […]

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Reduce Your Clothes-Drying Cost

Reduce Your Clothes-Drying Cost

This guest post is by Joe Provey with Dr. Energy Saver. One of the guilty-feeling moments for anyone trying to live in a green and sustainable way is when you’re emptying a damp load of wash into a gas or electric clothes dryer. You know it’s going to use a lot of BTUs and send more carbon […]

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Problems With External Power Supplies

What are the Problems With External Power Supplies?

This guest post is by Joe Symons of Meanwell Direct. For those of us unfamiliar with external power supplies they are devices that convert ac power from wall outlet into a lower voltage DC or AC power. To put it simply they are the large bricks connected by cables that you plug into the wall […]

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7 Environmentally Friendly Home Improvement Tips

7 Environmentally Friendly Home Improvement Tips

This guest post is by Kelli Cooper of Accent Building Products. There are lots of ways to be a better friend to the environment that can start right in your own home.  If you are looking to make some improvements around your abode, consider the following tips that will help you be more ‘’green.’’ All of […]

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Curb Energy Consumption Around the House

3 Ways to Curb Energy Consumption Around the House

This guest post is by Stephanie Sundheimer of Mechanical Heating & Cooling. Are your energy bills higher than you think they ought to be? Are they constantly climbing and you don’t know why? The average home has a number of holes that energy tends to seep through, and the amount of energy leakage generally increases over time. If you […]

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Solar PV

Solar PV Still A Good Investment Despite Feed-In-Tariff Reductions

This guest post is by Simon Colley of http://www.renewablesguide.co.uk. Solar photovoltaic systems better known as Solar PV are still proving to be a sound investment despite the latest round of cuts to the solar feed-in-tariff. Solar panel electricity systems have excellent green credentials; capturing the sun’s energy using photovoltaic cells doesn’t emit any CO2 making it […]

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We Need Green Energy Now

Why We Need Green Energy Now, Not Later

This guest post is by Endre Rex-Kiss of Freedom Solar Power. As climate change alters the world for the worse and the environment strains under the weight of human activity, there are many questions we must ask ourselves about our environmental behavior. If we were diagnosed with cancer, we would not wait until we were […]

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