Monthly Archives: January 2011

Cold sunny days

If you have solar PV and live in New England, you are probably making a lot of power from your solar PV system today. Where we live, it has not gotten above about 5 degrees F all day, and we … Continue reading

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New company truck

We just purchased a truck for company use. This truck is 4-wheel drive, seats six, has a utility body for tools, and a ladder rack. This truck will enable us to be more productive as we help you meet your … Continue reading

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Ten things you can do to save energy around the house – Part Five

9. Tweak your refrigerator – turning the temperature up a few degrees in your fridge or freezer will save power; upgrading to a more efficient model will also help. Do you really need 21 cubic feet for a family of … Continue reading

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Ten things you can do to save energy around the house – Part Four

7. Turn down your thermostat – reducing the temperature in your house by a few degrees can save a significant amount of energy, whether it be a fossil fuel, wood, or electricity that warms your house. It cracks me up … Continue reading

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