Latest Energy Saving Procedures
March 16, 2010 | Posted by Owner

On Tuesday, Vice-President AristbuloIstriz revealed the federal government will shorten the public sector work week to 2 days: Monday and Tuesday. This is the current energy saving procedure part of a nationwide effort to conserve energy and the Guri Dam s critical water levels. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will not be included in the public sector work week except to fulfill essential, essential assignments. Also, [ elementary] schools will not be open on Fridays, Istriz clarified. Emergency situation services are exempt from these energy saving changes. See this www.temposavesenergy.com for more information about tempo saves energy.

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Big heat pump developed
March 16, 2010 | Posted by Owner

Big heat pumps are expected to play a key role in meeting federal government de-carbonization targets, according to partners establishing the UK's largest air source heat pump for residential use. An industrial-size air source heat pumps efficient in delivering inexpensive low-carbon heating and hot water for vulnerable families on Scottish housing estates existed at the UK s biggest renewable energy conference and exhibition, All-Energy the other day (5th May 2016).

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UMass and Eversource develop
March 16, 2010 | Posted by Owner

The effort is part of a three-year partnership between Eversource and UMass Amherst which began in 2014, Eversource said in a news release. The combined electricity savings from the collaboration of approximately 9 million kilowatt-hours is the greenhouse gas equivalent of taking about 1,300 vehicles off the roadway. " These are the kinds of ongoing, long-lasting partnerships we're proudest of," stated TilakSubrahmanian, Vice President of Energy Efficiency at Eversource. "This is a prime example of how taking advantage of the power of energy effectiveness saves money, assists the environment, and, in the case of a significant learning institution like UMass, produces a more secure campus."

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