We have taken some time to build a library of different resources for the Energy Efficiency Industry. Below are original and 3rd party articles concerning Energy Efficiency.
The DOE has several great websites devoted to Energy Efficiency.
Learn more about e3 Power’s home energy audit process and schedule an energy for your Colorado home to get to the bottom of comfort issues and high energy bills. From your building envelope to your HVAC system and appliances, our team can help you save money and stay comfortable in your home.
Sometime during your crusade to seal those energy robbing cracks and holes in your home, you’re bound to start asking yourself, “Isn’t air flow important for a healthy home? Can I take this whole thing to the extreme?”
Learn more about the infrared diagnostic tools used by e3 Power during our energy audits. Infrared thermography, or thermal imaging, is a visual inspection of your home, including the basement, attic, and crawlspace, with an infrared camera or device that helps measure and identify areas of energy loss.
Learn more about the concept of home performance and how e3 Power can help improve your home to save money, use less energy, and improve your indoor comfort. Home Performance is a philosophy and a science based on the premise that homes should be safe, healthy, comfortable, durable, and efficient.
Learn more about the importance of air sealing your home to reduce energy waste, lower heating and cooling costs, and improve overall indoor comfort levels. e3 Power explains how air sealing a Colorado home can save as much as $600 every year in energy costs. Schedule an audit for your Denver area home today.
There’s understandably a lot of excitement about photovoltaics, solar water heaters, geothermal heat pumps and other sources of renewable energy for the home. We all want to be self-sufficient. It’s part of our national psyche. And, particularly for the environmentally motivated among us, the desire to reduce our dependence on traditional energy sources is strong.
A collection of 3rd party documents from the Department of Energy and other sources.