The Federal Government runs the Energy Star program, now touting more than 1 million Energy Star rated houses. To meet these Energy Star Guidelines, set by the EPA, houses must be at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to the 2004 international residential code, and are often 20 to 30% more efficient than standard houses.
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The thinking that lower energy costs is productive way to grow your revenues is sensible. The current economic situation makes it a necessity for us to reduce our utility expenses the best way we can. Regrettably, real estate owners do not have much leeway to lower their overhead costs. Due to the slow down in the economy, real estate owners are pushed to lower their rental rates. And in this times of economic adversity, solar heating tubes are an attractive capital investment for property owners.
Electric producing wind turbines, from the Netherlands, are a provocative creation of clean and renewable energy for any homeowner. The Netherlands has for centuries counted on wind power, for centuries using the advancements of their windmills to provide efficiency and improved productivity on farms and manufacturing facilities.