You are taking the steps to reduce your energy consumption and are wondering what more can I do. We have developed a list of high baseload culprits that range from simple behavioral changes to replacing old appliances with ENERGY STAR models. What exactly do we mean by baseload? Baseload is the energy used to power things you use on a day to day basis year round. If you have any questions please give us a call and we can schedule a Baseload Analysis or a comprehensive Energy Efficiency Analysis.
Top 10 Typical High Baseload Uses
The Homestar Act of 2010, playfully dubbed, “cash for caulkers,” is President Obama’s program of incentives for homeowners who make energy efficient improvements to their homes. This two-year federal program is intended to save the middle-class families hundreds of dollars a year in energy costs, reduce the dependence on oil and support the energy efficiency industry.
Azulenergy Group is staffed by Building Performance Institute (BPI) certified professionals committed to improving the comfort, health, safety, durability and energy efficiency of America’s existing houses†. BPI is an independent, nonprofit organization that sets the technical standards and training programs for individual and company accreditations in the world of home performance contracting.
According to numbers provided by the World Bank, the United States provides over 19 metric tons of carbon emissions per capita, much of this can be traced to residential buildings or houses. American homes are greatly contributing to the world’s carbon emissions. Reducing your carbon footprint is as simple as reduce, reuse and recycle.
Azulenergy Group is committed to lowering your energy costs through energy audits and green energy solutions. Here in Arizona, energy costs are high, and they skyrocket even further in the hot summer months, yet it is an optimal place to utilize other forms of energy such as wind and solar energy. We can review your old utility bills, and help you decide what forms of energy are best for you and your home.