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  • Trombe Walls can provide free heating, cooling and ventilation. We explain how Trombe Walls work; how to build a Trombe Wall and how such a wall saves money by reducing energy usage.
  • Building orientation to the Sun is important to reduce energy consumption, keeping comfortable and saving money. This article explains how best to get building orientation correct. Through a combination of benefits and opportunities the correct building orientation could save you thousands.
  • Home Battery Storage Buying Guide
     Sun, 12 Nov 17, 9:23pm
    Buying a Solar Home Battery Storage system can be a confusing undertaking, in this guide we examine the issues, clear up the confusion and give you useful advice.
  • Electricity costs are constantly increasing. This article explains 10 top tips that are cost effective and practical.
  • Septic Systems - The Dirty Truth
     Mon, 30 Oct 17, 4:01am
    This article provides a no nonsense guide to picking and maintaining a Septic System for your house and how things are soon to change in the regulatory space that could impact your choice.
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  • Are Lithium Ion Batteries Safe?
     Thu, 30 Mar 17, 9:25pm
    We ask if Lithium Ion Batteries are actually safe for use in home power storage systems or not? Lithium Ion batteries, like all batteries, store their power using a chemical process. Different...
  • The new solar batteries Comparison Table is now live. After much hard work, the Solar Batteries Comparison Table is now live. This lists the most common batteries for use with solar panels...
  • The AGW alarmists seem to think the Feb 2016 sudden uptick in temperature is caused by Co2, this is not the case, its a strong El Niño - as it matches what has happened before. Given the current screaming...
  • This video exposes the gross hypocrisy of the Green movement and the damage their policies are causing to the environment and peoples standard of living - their are effectively anti-people and dangerous...
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Green Tips of the Day
Offer a bonus for green commuters
As an employer, if employees agree to walk, bike, or take public transportation to work, offer them a small bonus for encouragement.
Keep your tires properly inflated
Tires should be inflated to the pressure recommended for your vehicle; this information is often printed inside the door frame or in your owner's manual. For every 3 pounds below recommended pressure, fuel economy goes down by about 1 percent. Tires can lose about 1 pound of pressure in a month, so check the air pressure regularly and always before going on a long trip or carrying heavy loads. Underinflated tires can also detract from handling, safety, and how long the tires will last.
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