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Energy Efficient Lighting Supply

Posted by John Noriega on Monday, April 16, 2012,

The Sustainable Construction Blog is proud to announce their newest partner, the Energy Efficient Lighting SupplyEnergy Efficient Lighting Supply has recently launched their brand new store of affordable automated lighting supplies for all your energy efficient lighting needs. 

The store features many products, but most proudly offers the lowest prices on occupancy sensor switches.  This modern lighting component can save you loads of money on your energy bills, while providing the inter...

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Architecture 2030 for sustainable building codes

Posted by John Noriega on Thursday, June 24, 2010,

Building codes and standards are undoubtedly the answer to overall sustainability in the commercial and private building sectors.  While sustainable construction projects are becoming more popular, incentive to build sustainably only convinces some of the population of business owners, and homeowners.  For now, building standards not affiliated with mandated building codes offer no official financial incentive.  Sustainable construction is left to those who understand the necessity to build...

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Energy Tax Incentives

Posted by John Noriega on Thursday, May 13, 2010,

On March 6, 2010 the Home Star Energy Retrofit Act was passed, allowing 6 billion dollars to be set aside for energy efficiency tax rebates.  The act, more commonly known as “Cash for Caulkers,” aims to stimulate the economy as it creates jobs and encourages citizens to spend money.  At the same time energy efficient homes will cut back on our nation’s dependency on non renewable resources. 

The six billion dollars will provide rebates in several areas: 

Replacing windows, doors, ...

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