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New 2015 SEER Rating on Air Conditioners

Well, DOE is at it again. As of January 1, 2015 A/C manufacturers are being asked to increase the efficiency to 14 SEER. However, if you live in certain climate zones your builder may not be required to install a higher efficiency systems. That’s because folks in colder climates don’t use an air conditioner as […]

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Cool Ways to Save

SEE THESE Cool Ways to Save $ This Season

Cool Ways to Save with ENERGY STAR infographic

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How to Become a Home Energy Professional

I like the 9 Steps to Becoming a Successful Home Energy Pro by Allison Bailes.

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Appraisal Requirements Webinar :: January 17th, 2012

Have you ever thought, “Am I in compliance with HUD requirements if I do not inspect the subject’s attic?” This FREE webinar training is

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Built Green Offers Substantial Savings both in Price and Ownership

Green built homes save money and offer healthier indoor air quality, not the mention cost less to operate.

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OCT. 2 ‘DOWN ON THE FARM’ SOLAR TOUR PROVIDES COST-CUTTING IDEAS FOR ENERGY-HUNGRY CHICKEN HOUSES, ELECTRIC VEHICLES (EVs) AND HOMES

(Carthage, MS – September 24, 2010)– Mississippi is helping build momentum to make the 2010 American Solar Energy Society (ASES) National Solar Tour the most successful grassroots solar event in history. The more than 650 tours featured in this year’s tour is nearly triple the number of tours featured in 2009, and more communities continue […]

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Public Underestimates Savings of Energy Efficiency: Scientific American Podcast (Listen Here)

Most of us know we should rein in our energy use. But to be successful, it’d help if we knew the best way to do it. So scientists asked more than 500 people, “What’s the most effective thing you can do to conserve energy?” The results were illuminating.

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The Facts About FHA’s Energy Efficient Mortgage

As the single largest housing expense after a mortgage payment, your utility costs can have a direct impact on how large a mortgage you can afford. You can save money on the cost of utilities by purchasing new energy-efficient heating and cooling systems or by making home improvements, such as weatherizing and insulating older homes […]

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