Green Science and Technology
- LED Light Manufacturer has Five Point Fix for our U.S. trade deficit with China
- Link to Watch INDEPENDENCE Lighting Up the Screen with LED Tubes on How It’s Made Show
- How It’s Made Shows INDEPENDENCE lighting up its Made in USA LED manufacturing
- US2 Lists American Made LED Light Fixtures by Independence LED on its GSA Schedule
- Energy Fitness is a key to Economic Strength and Environmental Stewardship
Everyone benefits from people using less energy (besides the utility company’s bottom line), people benefit by reducing their utility cost & the earth and all its inhabitants benefit by having a multitude of positive happenings by reducing our usage.
New Standards Promise Cheaper Light and Fewer Emissions
The horse-and-buggy era light bulb we still rely on wastes up to 90 percent of the electricity it consumes as heat, burning up hundreds of dollars every year in each American household and increasing air pollution that harms human health and the environment. In 2007, the U.S.
As many of us have seen in recent weeks, the price of gasoline has continued to rise. Reminders of the 2007 crisis are popping up across the United States. Wednesday February 23, 2011 marked the first time the price of oil hit $100 dollars a barrel since 2008.
An interview with Jackalyne Pfannenstiel
Energy efficiency is the easiest and least expensive way to quickly produce energy savings and reduce your home’s carbon footprint. But many homeowners are interested in taking these savings to another level by replacing grid-supplied electricity with their own power.
Effective January 1, 2011, California, a long time energy efficiency leader, became the first state to set new energy standards for incandescent screw-base light bulbs. These new regulations are aimed at making standard incandescent bulbs more efficient.
The Environmental Protection Agency is urging schools across the nation to replace their aging light fixtures due to possible chemical leaks.
The rest of the developed world has high-speed rail. We don't. That's finally about to change.
In what seems a deus ex machina or perhaps deus ex gaia moment, scientists from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory report that the miles-long deep sea oil plume which resulted from the BP oil spill has essentially vanished, apparently eaten by microbes previously unknown to science.