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How YOU Can Go Green with SIM Only Deals

How YOU Can Go Green with SIM Only Deals

SIM only deals are some of the most desirable deals offered. These deals allow consumers to keep their same equipment and transfer service to a different provider. SIM only deals are convenient for consumers that travel to numerous different countries, but do not want to lose the convenience of their mobile device or smartphone.

How Does It Work? Energy-efficient Lightbulbs

How Does It Work? Energy-efficient Lightbulbs

Compact Fluorescent Lights, otherwise known as CFLs, have come a long way since they entered the lightbulb market a few years ago. Along with their light-emitting diode cohort (aka LEDs), they’ve become standard fare at home furnishing stores and can now be dimmed, diffused and clustered for maximum impact.

Outfitting the Green Kitchen: Pots & Pans

Outfitting the Green Kitchen: Pots & Pans

Pots & Pans

Outfitting the Green Kitchen: Part 1

Smart Cookware for Seniors

Enjoying cooking late in life is the best way to maintain a healthy lifestyle and body.

Heavy Cookware

'Green cities' in the US and Canada, kind of (conclusion: CO2, energy, waste, buildings, air, water, governance)

'Green cities' in the US and Canada, kind of (conclusion: CO2, energy, waste, buildings, air, water, governance)

Earlier this week I reviewed the overall, land use, and transportation components of the new “Green City Index,” which rates and ranks 27 cities in the US and Canada on various environmental criteria and which is sponsored by Sieme

President Obama Revisits LED Technology at Cree

President Obama Revisits LED Technology at Cree

In an attempt to accelerate economic diversification and growth, alongside alternative and efficient energy technologies, President Obama recently visited Cree, located in Durham, NC. As a primary manufacturer of LED lighting products and compact fluorescent lights, Cree represents the critical relationship between economic growth and advanced energy technologies.

Rust Belt Rising

Rust Belt Rising

"I was a GM brat myself," says Kris Ockomon, the imposing mayor of Anderson, Indiana, in his spirited Hoosier twang. "Both my parents retired after 30 years of service. It's been a way of life around here."

Two Seemingly Small Approvals by Two Major Organizations Lead to Big Things on Earth Day for one LED Company

Two Seemingly Small Approvals by Two Major Organizations Lead to Big Things on Earth Day for one LED Company

As Earth Day week comes to a close, it is important to highlight some accomplishments of growing companies in the ‘Green’ sector. The Energy Revolution is not just about big oil companies going green, or companies like GE and Siemens changing the world. Smaller companies are taking great strides to help reduce energy consumption in the U.S. and create jobs here at home.

Go Green for Earth Month

Go Green for Earth Month

There’s nothing more precious to parents than their kids -- nothing more important than making sure they are as healthy and as safe as possible. Earth Month is the perfect time for parents to put their kids first by making small, easy changes that protect the health of both their little ones and the earth.

High Gas Prices: Supply and Demand

High Gas Prices: Supply and Demand

Efficiency and Better Cars Will Fuel America Faster than Drilling

The United States consumes 19 million barrels of oil a day, 25 percent of the global supply, but we have less than 2 percent of the world’s proved oil reserves. That means no amount of domestic drilling will reduce gas prices or provide enough to meet America’s daily demand for oil.

10 Ways to Beat the Heat

10 Ways to Beat the Heat

No, it's not your imagination—it definitely is getting hotter. The eight warmest years on record occurred over the past decade. But staying cool this summer doesn't necessarily mean you have to pay a fortune to keep the air-conditioning running day and night.

LED Saving Solutions