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08/23/2012 18:15

Does energy efficiency raise house values?

According to this ar ticle it does.  By about 9%!  
07/14/2011 19:44

Beware of Scam "Energy Audits"

Be careful out there!  There are scam artists that promise free energy audits.  Some of these people want to sell you services that you may not need need.  Some are just plain crooks.  Read the news stories below for examples. When choosing an auditor, make sure they...
08/14/2009 21:55

N.D. awarded funds from Department of Energy

  U.S. Sens. Byron Dorgan and Kent Conrad and Rep. Earl Pomeroy, all D-N.D., announced today that the Department of Energy has awarded more than $9.8 million to North Dakota to promote a variety of energy programs including energy efficiency, conservation and energy educational resources. The...
06/13/2009 23:47

Tax Credit On Biomass Stoves

AER Staff, Wednesday 03 June 2009 - 10:02:57   The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued its guidance for the 30% consumer tax credit (up to $1,500) for the purchase and installation of a 75% efficient biomass-burning stove. According the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association...
06/09/2009 21:31

Homeowners' energy savings earn tax breaks

June 8, 2009 Efficiency, credit spur geothermal systems' popularity By Malavika Jagannathan mjaganna@greenbaypressgazette.com Installing energy-efficient appliances and systems can help homeowners with short-term tax breaks and long-term energy savings. The American Recovery and Reinvestment...
05/16/2009 13:37

Windows Aren't Always A Clear Path for Savings

In Quest to Boost Energy-Efficiency, Small Changes Might Have Bigger Payoff   By Terri Rupar Washington Post Staff Writer Saturday, May 16, 2009   The big appeal of replacing your old windows with new energy-efficient ones is that they might save you money. A federal tax credit of up to...

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