[Blog] Our Blog Has Moved

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Thanks for your interest in contributing a blog to the Building Performance Journal (formerly Home Energy magazine). You can view our magazine on the Building Performance Association website and you can blog with us over We’re happy you’ve found us here, but we’ve moved!

Tiny House Sustainable Living blog documents life in an off-grid tiny home

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Jennifer of Tiny House Sustainable Living documents tiny home construction, off-grid living and homesteading on her blog

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[Blog] Erratum

Home Energy

Author Cory Chovanec, from Slipstream, Incorporated, pointed this out, regarding the cover photo for the Winter 2019 Home Energy

GTM’s Live Coronavirus Blog: The Impact on Clean Energy

GreenTechMedia

For all their momentum, the clean-energy sectors — solar, wind, energy storage, and companies transforming the power grid — will not escape the COVID-19 downdraft.

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MORBiZ Releases New Blog about Hiring a Marketing Agency vs. an Employee

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MORBiZ has released a new blog about the benefits of hiring a marketing agency compared to hiring an in house marketing employee

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MORBiZ Releases New Blog on Importance of Small Business Websites

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Small business Internet marketing experts at MORBiZ have released a new blog that outline the importance of having a quality website for a brick and mortar venture

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Net Zero Nature: Live Blog

Business Green

Hosted in association with GSK - announced this week as a partner of COP26 - and Boston Consulting Group (BCG), we'll be bringing you all the updates, insight and analysis from a unique day of learning, leadership and practical insight right here on this live blog.

Blog – Applications Now Open for Founders Business Accelerator Cohort 2

LA CleanTech Incubator

Read more » The post Blog – Applications Now Open for Founders Business Accelerator Cohort 2 appeared first on LACI. Just a few months ago, the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI) and Mayor Eric Garcetti introduced the first 13 participants in Cohort 1 of the Founders Business Accelerator (FBA) program. Today, we celebrate the successful completion of the program for our inaugural business participants and the launch of the application process for our Cohort 2.

MORBiZ releases new blog on how to missed social media opportunities for small businesses

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MORBiZ, a hyper-local Internet marketing company, has released a new blog to help small business owners take advantage of free tools on social media

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Technology and Investment Forum 2021 - Live Blog

Business Green

Catch up on all the latest developments on our live blog. Catch up on all the latest news, top speakers and in-depth discussion from BusinessGreen's sustainable technology pitch event.

Blog – Welcome Cohort 4 of LACI Innovators

LA CleanTech Incubator

Read more » The post Blog – Welcome Cohort 4 of LACI Innovators appeared first on LACI. Blog Home Featured News FeaturedWe just selected our fourth cohort 4 LACI Innovators and we chose 18 exciting companies to spend one year with us. We are inspired by these dynamic and dedicated founders—many from diverse backgrounds—who are revolutionizing clean energy and the energy-transportation nexus and tackling the climate crisis headon.

Net Zero Festival day one - Live Blog

Business Green

Catch up on all the latest news, top speakers and in-depth discussion from day one of the world's first Net Zero Festival from BusinessGreen, featuring a host of events and panels focusing on the topic of leadership.

MORBiZ Releases New Tips for Writing Business Blogs

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MORBiZ has released a new blog that offers business owners five ideas for crafting SEO rich blogs for their business website

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TheCityFix’s Top 10 Blogs From the Year of COVID-19

The City Fix

In 2020, cities found themselves on the frontlines of the battle against a new and fast-spreading virus that soon became a global pandemic. Even as some places reacted with smart and swift responses that allowed for a partial return to normalcy, Continue reading on TheCityFix.com.

Net Zero Festival preview day - Live Blog

Business Green

Follow this blog for the all the latest action this afternoon, featuring appearances fromsustainability leader John Elkington, environmental lawyer and activist Farhana Yamin, and Ecotricity CEO Dale Vince, as well as business figures from JLL, Innovate UK and Pukka Herbs

MORBiZ Releases New Blog on SEO Damage Caused by Incorrect Google My Business Listings

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MORBiZ has released a new blog to help businesses avoid SEO issues caused by a variety of Google My Business - GMB - issues

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Net Zero Festival day three - Live Blog

Business Green

Catch up on all the latest news, top speakers and in-depth discussion from day three of the world's first Net Zero Festival from BusinessGreen, featuring a host of events and panels focusing on the topic of culture.

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[Blog] 10 Construction Trends Impacting the Industry

Home Energy

The construction industry is continuing to grow and evolve as new technology emerges. Companies and workers will need to adapt or risk being left behind as the entire industry shifts into something new and different. Let's take a closer look at some of the biggest construction trends that are currently

Net Zero Skills Summit - Live Blog

Business Green

Catch up on all the latest news, top speakers and in-depth discussion from BusinessGreen's Net Zero Skills Summit, looking at how to bridge the skills gap faced by the net zero transition and maximise the job opportunities from a green recovery.

[Blog] Decarbonizing Buildings for All

Home Energy

Lowering carbon emissions from the buildings sector (which produces nearly 40 percent of US carbon emissions) is a crucial part of getting to a decarbonized economy. However, when we implement efficiency or renewable energy projects in buildings, the projects are often targeted to those who can afford new technologies. Which is

[Blog] What's In a Name?

Home Energy

That’s a little over the top. But the point is, even though Home Energy will undergo the second name change in its history—it was called Energy Auditor and Retrofitter at its inception in 1984 and a few years later became Home Energy—it’s still

[Blog] August Federal Policy Updates

Home Energy

Both chambers of Congress are now in recess, but we do have a few updates to share! Workforce Bill Our workforce bill has officially been introduced in the Senate! It is largely similar to its House counterpart - Blue Collar to Green Collar Jobs Act (HR1315) – which was approved

[Blog] The Future of HVAC is Smart

Home Energy

The HVAC industry is not known for its quick rate of change, but when change comes, it shifts the industry dramatically. The introduction of scroll technology, SEER requirements that transformed system efficiency, smart Wi-Fi thermostats that changed how we interact with our systems, and the looming technician shortage that is

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Top 10 solar articles of 2020 from the Aurora Blog

Solar Power World

However, the solar installation community, which is well-known for its grit and resilience, adapted quickly and increased its adoption of remote sales, operational tools and outside… The post Top 10 solar articles of 2020 from the Aurora Blog appeared first on Solar Power World.

Green Living Guy Blog Talk Radio Interview with Supermodel Emme!

Green Living Guy

The post Green Living Guy Blog Talk Radio Interview with Supermodel Emme! A while ago I did an interview at with the famous Supermodel EMME. Yes EMME. First of all, here’s an update. Aka a couple of things in my homework.

[Blog] Low Maintenance Landscape Design Trends

Home Energy

Improving your landscape can be an expensive investment. For those looking to spend less money on their yards while maintaining a great cosmetic look, consider a low maintenance design. These designs minimize upkeep and establish simplicity in your landscape that will, in turn, increase your property value.

[Blog] The Environmental Benefits of Restoring Old Homes

Home Energy

The sustainability movement has swept across the construction industry. Green homebuilding has grown in favor because of its health benefits, energy savings and aesthetics. Therefore, it should be no surprise that retrofitting existing homes into sustainable properties can create even more value for clients

[Blog] Is Energy Efficiency an American Value?

Home Energy

Energy efficiency is good for the economy, good for families, good for workers, and good for the environment

Net Zero Festival day two - Live Blog

Business Green

Catch up on all the latest news, top speakers and in-depth discussion from day one of the world's first Net Zero Festival from BusinessGreen, featuring a host of events and panels focusing on the topic of innovation.

[Blog] Which Refrigerant Has The Lowest GWP?

Home Energy

As you probably know, 2020 will see the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) implementing stricter rules concerning refrigerants in the United States. Specifically, HCFC refrigerants will no longer be produced in or imported into the United States. Knowing which refrigerant has the lowest GWP will allow HVAC contractors to take the opportunities

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[Blog] Soffit & Energy Efficiency: Everything You Need To Know

Home Energy

Are you aware that a crucial part of your roof, the soffits, are vital to establishing energy efficiency throughout your home? In this article, we’ll take a look everything you need to know about about soffits and energy efficiency

BusinessGreen Technology Festival - Live Blog!

Business Green

Keep up to date on all the news and opinions from BusinessGreen's Technology Festival

[Blog] Home Performance: Lead Generation Ideas

Home Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that households can save up to 25% (or up to $2,000) on their annual utility bills by taking energy efficiency measures. For that reason, more and more homeowners are investing in improving their home performance – from minor repairs to major installations and upgrades

Blog—Young Workers Bring Cutting-Edge Zero Emissions Technology and Clean Air to Long Beach

LA CleanTech Incubator

Read more » The post Blog—Young Workers Bring Cutting-Edge Zero Emissions Technology and Clean Air to Long Beach appeared first on LACI.

[Blog] Manufactured Housing Equals Green Housing

Home Energy

Concerns about the environment and climate change have everyday Americans more determined than ever to do their part to reduce pollution and harmful emissions. It may come as something of a surprise to learn that homes and businesses significantly contribute to C02 emissions. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more

Blog – Attracting Veteran and LGBTQ Founders to the Cleantech Entrepreneur Pipeline

LA CleanTech Incubator

Read more » The post Blog – Attracting Veteran and LGBTQ Founders to the Cleantech Entrepreneur Pipeline appeared first on LACI. Blog N-News News FeaturedOverview In our mission to create an inclusive green economy, LACI is working to diversify the entrepreneurs and business founders in our programs and competitions—while also working to diversify our LACI staff.

[Blog] Building Performance Association?Live from Chicago

Home Energy

Check out that title! Monday, we were HPC, Tuesday we are a new association made up of three organizations, HPC, Home Energy, and Efficiency First, called the Building Performance Association. It’s been a change a long time coming, but seems like it’s happening all at once

[Blog] HPC National?Live from Chicago

Home Energy

It’s always a challenge at the HPC national to take in as much as possible until my brain tells me “I’m full” All these great topics, presenters and attendees is an embarrassment of riches

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Blog – Four Takeaways on Early-stage Innovation from the California Climate Cup

LA CleanTech Incubator

Read more » The post Blog – Four Takeaways on Early-stage Innovation from the California Climate Cup appeared first on LACI. Blog Home FeaturedCalifornia’s policy makers are setting some of the boldest climate policies in the world—such as SB100 on 100% clean energy, Executive Order B-48-18 on electric vehicle charging infrastructure and vehicle targets, and Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Green New Deal LA’s Sustainable City pLAn.

[Blog] Using Residential Solar Panels to Power Electric Cars

Home Energy

People are buying more electric cars than ever. According to the newsletter ARS Technica, in 2018 – the most-recent full year for which records are available – some 200,000 electric cars were sold in the United States. Tesla sold the most, accounting for about 10-percent of the total

[Blog] 3 Tips for Building an Off-Grid Home in 2019

Home Energy

The following is a guest post by Green Coast, a renewable energy and green living blog focused on helping you live a more sustainable life

Blog – Tackling Trucking: How to Get Zero Emissions Trucks at Ports and on Freeways in Los Angeles

LA CleanTech Incubator

Read more » The post Blog – Tackling Trucking: How to Get Zero Emissions Trucks at Ports and on Freeways in Los Angeles appeared first on LACI. Blog Home Featured N-NewsOriginally published on ACT News How to Curb Emissions From Trucking Did you know that the greatest single source of air pollution in Los Angeles comes from the trucks, trains, and ships that bring goods in and out of our Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, that 40% of all the goods that come.