Understanding insulation R-Value can keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It can also prevent mold growth and also keep unwanted noise out.Read MoreWhat is Insulation ‘R-value’?
Community solar is a shared purchasing program, which can be a great option for those who cannot install solar panels on their rooftops due to installation barriers.Read MoreWhat is Community Solar & How Does It Work?
Energiesprong is a Dutch concept that is redefining energy efficiency and deep energy retrofits. Learn why it's gaining traction in more and more countries.Read MoreWhat is Energiesprong and Why It’s Important
A well-insulated building envelope serves to slow down the heat loss, resulting in reduced energy consumption.Read MoreHow Do Homes Lose Heat?
Learn more about what a non-pipe alternative (NPA) means and how it helps utility and energy companies delay or avoid large investments in energy infrastructure.Read MoreWhat is a Non-Pipeline Alternative (NPA)?
The world wastes more energy each year than it uses - a home energy audit can help you find ways to save energy and money!Read MoreWhat is a Home Energy Audit?
Home Energy Reports (HERs) are an important energy efficiency tool. But what exactly are they, and why are they important?Read MoreWhat is a Home Energy Report?
When it is not possible to carry out deep energy retrofit projects, such as replacing the roof, or upgrading heating and cooling systems – there are still minor retrofits or "low hanging fruit" upgrades and modifications which can reap energy savings.Read MoreHow Can Renters Achieve Greater Energy Savings?
Rising energy prices and the drive for low carbon fuels are likely to make fuel switching increasingly desirable to homeowners - it can also result in lower operational and maintenance costs. Carbon emissions from buildings can be reduced through fuel switching in residential or commercial buildings.Read MoreWhat is Fuel Switching?
The most common type of heat pump in North America is an air-source heat pump. In the summer, an air-source heat pump works just like a regular AC: it takes warm air from inside your home and moves it outside. But in the winter, a heat pump works like an AC in reverse.Read MoreHow Do Heat Pumps Work?