Con Ed’s New Energy Incentives – Act Now!

Con Ed’s New Energy Incentives – Act Now!

Across America we have been reeling from the strange and sometimes severe weather this year. An immediate consequence of the soaring temperatures this summer will be a spike in our electric bills as our air conditioners strain to keep up. It’s not often that anyone...
Climate Change Could Cost Us Our Jobs … and More

Climate Change Could Cost Us Our Jobs … and More

Climate Change Could Cost Us Our Jobs … and More While studying engineering and science, we come to realize that our world is complicated. There is not always a gradual sequence of events. In fact, our world is highly interdependent and highly nonlinear. Once a...
Benefits of Incentive Programs for Businesses

Benefits of Incentive Programs for Businesses

Many utility companies around the world employ incentive programs to encourage their customers to switch to more energy-efficient equipment in their homes and non-residential facilities. Though we live in a world of high-energy consumption, we are also in the age of...
Saving Energy Beyond the Retrofit – #100EnergyTips Contest

Saving Energy Beyond the Retrofit – #100EnergyTips Contest

Big Shine Energy is all about #ApproachingZero carbon emissions. Although our favorite way to accomplish this task is through energy efficient LED lighting solutions, we wanted to do a little extra so that anyone can be a part of our mission, anywhere. Each step we...
The Need for Approaching Zero Carbon Emissions Worldwide

The Need for Approaching Zero Carbon Emissions Worldwide

In 2010, Bill Gates gave a TED Talk about the importance of developing technology that would eliminate carbon emissions. He opened with the strong observation. While his work at the Gates Foundation focuses on finding ways to maintain a balanced, healthy society for...
Changing the Way We Think About Climate Change

Changing the Way We Think About Climate Change

Out of Sight, Out of Mind In recent years, the news has become filled with more natural disasters than ever before. On a global scale, we’ve witnessed more flooding, colder winters, hotter summers and deadlier storms. Scientists say these phenomena are the result of...

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