It's not easy being green - or at least it wasn't before Evolutionary Home Energy Solutions came along. Now, going green is easier than ever.

It Ain't Easy Being Green

The Evolutionary Advantage Makes It Easy To Become Energy Efficient

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What Does "Going Green " Even Mean?

"Going Green" in it's simplest form,  means using your resources at peak efficiency to cut down on waste. For some people, this means best using the abundance of free natural energy we can harness, such as wind, water and solar power. This is known as "Green Energy" which has minimal to no environmental impact. Green energy is excellent for the environment, but expensive to implement and subject to environmental factors - meaning that they are currently a very tricky system to implement (but we're getting there!)

Until Green Energy becomes an affordable and reliable reality for all, most of us still receive power from coal or nuclear power plants. While neither of these are truly Green Energy, we can still do our best to "Go Green"  by using the power we buy from our energy providers to the maximum effect. Your home heating oil, or home electricity, for example, helps you maintain a comfortable environment for your living space - the areas of your home that people regularly occupy. We expect these areas to be warm and cozy in the winter, and cool and dry in the summer.

But inefficiencies in your home's construction can heat or cool your storage spaces, such as attics, unfinished basements or garages - meaning that you're paying to maintain a climate in an area of your home that isn't typically lived in. In other cases, certain types of inefficiencies can lead to you heating or cooling the outdoor space outside your home, meaning that you're basically throwing money out the window. Some of that power that your electrical provider produced for you (and you paid for!), has now gone unused.

This, in it's simplest form, is waste. It's not just a waste of money, but a needless squandering of fuels that were processed at a power plant, often times at the expense of the environment.

We aim to cut down on that waste of money and fuel - we want your money to go further, and to make every kilowatt and BTU count. Because the more efficient we are, the less fuels we have to burn. And that's good news for our wallets and our planet.

So let's not wait. Let's go green together.

Facts About Power Usage

  •   Energy Expenditure in New England is among the highest in the US, with an annual cost of $2,737  per household. That's over $700 more than the national average.
  •   New England & the Northeast are the largest consumers of fuel oil and kerosene in the entire US - with residential kerosene usage more than double any other places in the country.
  •   Residences in the Northeastern end of the US burn over 80 million BTUs of fuel oil, 30 million BTUs of kerosene and 77.3 million BTUs of natural gas, all well over the national averages.
  •   Average energy consumption for homes in the Northeast is 107.6 million BTUs, well over the national average of 89.6 million.
  •   The Northeast spends more to heat living space than any other location in the US, despite being a lower average consumer regionally.
  •   The Northeast alone consumes 3.6 billion of the total 4.2 billion gallons of heating oil the US uses every year.
  •   New England and the Northeast is responsible for over 60% of the total US kerosene consumption.
  •   The Northeast in general remains a fairly average net consumer of natural gas, consuming just over 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas annually, about a quarter of the entire US.

Source: 2009 RECS Energy Survey


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