Posted March 25, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
There’s a bunch of misconceptions and mistaken assumptions about energy that often mislead people into doing things that wind up either causing more problems or costing them more money. The vexing thing about these misconceptions is that at first glance, they seem to make sense. Let’s take a closer look to find out why these misconceptions don’t really work in the real physical world.
Posted February 26, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
When it comes to saving energy, misconceptions and mistaken assumptions often mislead people, causing more problems or costing them more money. Some were part of standard building codes until research proved them wrong.
Posted February 17, 2015 by Brooke Drake
It’s time for another installment of the Direct Energy Buzz! It’s our chance to update you on the happenings around Direct Energy and in the energy sector as well. This month, we’ll discuss our recent e-mail improvements, some energy efficiency tips for the colder months of the year, recent gadgets at CES 2015, and more!
Posted November 7, 2014 by Vernon Trollinger
The Direct Energy Buzz for November 2014 is packed full of interesting tidbits that can help you become a more responsible and informed energy consumer. We feature an optimistic but cautious update about US energy efficiency; the real life facts that environmental impact matters even when you’re building a solar energy farm, how Sandia National Lab software helps institutions save on their HVAC and meet new standards, and how alfalfa seeds and pine resin can make lithium ion batteries eco-friendly and recyclable.
Posted October 3, 2014 by Brooke Drake
It’s time for the October 2014 edition of Direct Energy Buzz! This past month has been full of exciting developments at Direct Energy, so we wanted to share a recap of all that great news.
Posted May 16, 2014 by Vernon Trollinger
Welcome to the Direct Energy Buzz for May 2014. This month, we’ll be looking at some milestones and developments in Texas energy, taking solar power to the streets, and how Direct Energy will be helping nonprofits become more energy efficient.