Monthly Archives: March 2013

Why You Should Consider Using Green Energy To Fuel Your Fleet If You Own A Business

Using Green EnergyDoes green energy sound foreign to you? Has what you’ve read about it made you expect it to be expensive and difficult to use in your own home? This article has been written to prove all of those notions wrong as the tips contained herein will help you to easily and quickly turn your home into a green energy hub.

There are many government incentive programs you can take advantage of when it comes to green energy. Talk to your local representative to see if programs operate in your neighborhood. For instance, you might find that installation of wind or solar structures is free, or you might see a tax benefit by installing a tankless water heater.

Try heating your home with a wood pellet stove. The pellets burned in a pellet stove are made of highly compact sawdust. They burn so cleanly than they are not required to get an EPA certification for emissions. Be aware, however, that the cost of the pellets may be high in some areas.

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Solar Energy – How To Get Federal Tax Credits In Your Home

Solar-EnergyThe popularity of solar energy has increased greatly over the last decade. Due to the amount of environmental damage that has occurred at the hands of humans, alternative energy sources are starting to be used. Read on for some great tips for using solar energy in your home.

Contact your local government to ask them about rules in place where you live. No solar technology should be in use without permission from the powers that be. You may find yourself fined and having to take down all that you worked so hard to put in place if you don’t inquire first.

Position solar panels on the east or west side of your home or business. Since the sun travels from east to west throughout the day, placing solar panels on areas of your roof that face north or south is a waste. You’ll get much better energy returns by following the same path as the sun.

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