Install solar films on windows that let natural light in put either reflect heat back out (if you live in a hot climate) or trap heat in (if you live in a colder climate). Or put solar screens on windows that let only some light in, and you can take them out if not required.
What are the simplest passive solar heating options available? And what are some of the best solar heating options you have? read more
by officialpa 7 years ago
Hi,I have a house in South of France and I am planing to rebuild it totally. The house is about 600 square meters (6 460 sq feet), on a south facing hill, on the hight of 555 meters (1 820 feet). The structural work is concrete and the front elevation will be all glass. There is little flat surface...
by Pamda Man 9 years ago
I recently did some research on global warming. I found out that the USA is emitting over 25% of the world's polluting gases. These include sulphur dioxide which causes acid rain, and nitrous oxides which causes health problems. I find this very alarming, as the USA, as a developed country, is...
by a1servpro 8 years ago
1. I agree with suggestion - this is a hub not a question.2. I think most of the energy we "use" could be conserved- so rather then USE green energy, we need to design or plan our energy consumption to eliminate as much energy used as is physically possible. Then after we have used...
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