Energy efficiency

What you need to know about the Renewable Energy Tax Credit

As Americans become wiser, we adopt more energy efficient practices. As we become richer, we buy more stuff. A lot of that stuff comes in the form of energy-sucking gadgetry: flat screen tvs, iPhones and iPads, cell phones and xBoxes. So while our enlightened energy practices our lowering the cost of energy, our consumer habits …

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Energy 2030: Energy efficiency more important than ever

Lower your Imprint with Energy Efficiency “Now we are at the point where there is so much information, so much evidence, that we can no longer plead ignorance.” This statement issued by secretary general of the World Meteorological Organization Michel Jarraud draws attention to the importance of the report recently released to the world’s major …

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What you need to know about the Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit.

Before you drop your taxes in the mail this April, be sure that you get credit for all the work you did to make your home more energy efficient. The Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit, which first expired at the end of 2011, was renewed under the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, but it …

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Even politicians can agree on energy efficiency.

Curious about what might unify Republicans and Democrats? Would it surprise you to know that it’s something we’ve been excited about here at Sunlight Contractors for years? Senators Sheehan and Portman are championing The Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act of 2014 (ESICA), a bill four years in the making and now widely supported across …

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Tips for Protecting Homes and Saving Energy This Winter

For Immediate Release Sunlight Contractors Share Tips for Protecting Homes and Saving Energy This Winter Record cold temperatures and energy leaks pose risk to homes  New Orleans LA, January 5, 2014 – The continued tough economic climate and recent below-average temperatures have homeowners looking to reduce energy costs and protect their real estate investment this …

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