Skip to main content

Home/ Eco20/20/ Group items matching "email" in title, tags, annotations or url

Group items matching
in title, tags, annotations or url

Sort By: Relevance | Date Filter: All | Bookmarks | Topics Simple Middle
Energy Net

Passive houses, active policies - 0 views

  •  
    The most-emailed NYT article for two days running has not been another explanation of the shaky housing market (that's #2), but rather a front-page story on solidly built "passive houses": Using ultrathick insulation and complex doors and windows, the architect engineers a home encased in an airtight shell, so that barely any heat escapes and barely any cold seeps in. That means a passive house can be warmed not only by the sun, but also by the heat from appliances and even from occupants' bodies. [emphasis added] It's staggering how much energy can be saved this way:
Energy Net

Pittsburgh Councilman's plan to convert all of the city's street lamps to LEDs could save the city of Pittsburgh $3 million annually - 0 views

  •  
    Earlier today I received an email from the office of Pittsburgh city councilman Bill Peduto announcing an ambitious plan that will reduce Pittsburgh's carbon footprint while saving the city millions in electricity costs. Peduto, who has been the only city legislator to propose green legislation of any sort over the last few years, wants the city to convert all 40,000 of its street lamps to energy efficient LED lighting. The cost of the program will be around $24 million and will be paid using a combination of the annual costs savings and funding from the state's Guaranteed Energy Savings Agreement. Pittsburgh would join cities such as Austin, Raleigh (home LED manufacturer CREE), and Toronto as major cities who have adopted LED lighting on a large scale. According to Peduto, Pittsburgh would be the largest city in the US to roll out a complete conversion to LED lighting. This would be great news for Pittsburgh's green agenda, especially in light of today's Pittsburgh Penguin's press conference, where they announced the 21 year naming rights deal for their new arena, which will be known as the Clean Coal Center.
Nspire IT Jobs

Cisco Design Engineer (3mths Contract, Immed start) Excellent rates - 0 views

  •  
    *High profile consulting company *Enterprise project *Excellent rates - 3mths Contract, Immediate start Our client is urgently seeking the services of a Design Engineer with experience in Cisco core switching and Data Centre switching. Additional skills/experience in Nexus and Catalyst 6500 switches would be highly desirable. So, if you have the above experience combined with a Secret Federal Government clearance, then this engagement has your name on it. To submit a confidential resume, click on Apply Now or email us at: resumes@nspirerecruitment.com.au Application: Open
Nspire IT Jobs

SCCM Designer Contract or Permanent (ACT, Immediate start) - 0 views

  •  
    SCCM Designer Contract or Permanent (ACT, Immediate start) Excellent rates and salary on offer - Immediate Start or 4 weeks notice. Choice is yours really... Working with a team of professionals, our client is seeking the services of a SCCM Designer to assist with a Federal Government project. This is a 12mths engagement or a permanent position. The role includes the following duties: 1. SCCM Design and project implementation 2. SCCM integration with 3rd party - CISCO, HP Storageworks, HP SIM 3. Documentation of the design 4. Configuration of Windows Servers, CISCO hardware and Riverbed equipment 5. PR or Australian Citizenship Submit a confidential resume by emailing: resumes@nspirerecruitment.com.au Please note: only candidates that meet the above criteria will be contacted. Thank you for your interest. Application: Open
eco20-20

Green Articles - 42 views

We are in the process of collecting articles, papers, and position peices on energy. If you have written any and would like to post them, please email them to us. We are looking for intelligent w...

energy green news

started by eco20-20 on 10 Apr 08 no follow-up yet
vacation0213

vetement lacoste homme pas cher com par un menaçant - 0 views

Hollywood courroucé - Les pirates du GOP ou "Guardians of peace" avaient mis en ligne de nombreux documents, emails, adresses et même numéros de sécurité sociale de 47.000 employés. Ils ont aussi p...

started by vacation0213 on 20 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
Richard  Joseph

Eyeglasses & Eyewear Specials in St. Louis, IL - 0 views

  •  
    Don't miss out on this great promotion! Enjoy up to 30% off every eyeglasses & Eyewear product in St. Louis, IL area. See office for details. This offer ends March 31, 2015. For more details call us 314-423-3874 & Email: ovstaff@overlandoptical.com
Energy Net

Wind Power Continues Rapid Rise | Worldwatch Institute - 0 views

  •  
    Global wind power capacity reached 94,100 megawatts by the end of 2007, up 27 percent from the previous year, and then topped 100,000 megawatts by April 2008.1 (See Figure 1.) The roughly 20,000 megawatts installed in 2007 was 31 percent above the 2006 record for capacity additions.2 (See Figure 2.) New wind installa­tions were second only to natural gas in the United States as an additional source of power capacity and were the leading source of new capacity in the European Union (EU).3
Joe La Fleur

Another Reason to Abolish The Dept. of Homeland Security - 0 views

  •  
    OBAMAS SECRET WAR ON INDUSTRY AND JOBS
1 - 20 of 182 Next › Last »
Showing 20 items per page