Tag Archive | "green"

LEDs – The Light Bulb of the Sustainable Future

August 4, 2009 No comments yet

Originally Posted at:  www.triumvirate.com/environmental-blogs/
Author: Tim Capria, Chemist
tLight Emitting Diodes, or LEDs, were introduced in the 1920’s. More than 80 years later, they promise to change the way we illuminate our homes and offices. Threatening to replace conventional light bulbs, as well as the recently embraced CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs), LEDs host [...]


July 20, 2009 No comments yet

A new idea from a few guys that dreamed up FLASH!
Often I will be sitting in my office, or at home thinking “what is it costing me to have my lights, my pc and my TV on?”  Now we all know what it costs when we get the bill at the end of the month, [...]

Solar Residential Installations – at affordable prices

June 16, 2009 No comments yet

For those of you interested in really going green and not just talking about it, you have come to the right place!
I recently installed a 2.3 kW solar array on my home and I am already generating more electricity than I use.  My solar panels are connected to an inverter which changes DC current [...]


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