What if disaster hits tomorrow? Next week?
We fall in love with a home — its look, its location — and we move in, only to discover that it is not, indeed, perfect. Maybe it needs a new HVAC system or other home energy improvements.
The year is young and business goals are still fresh in the minds of most small business owners. Often, near the top of the list are ways to save on operating costs, including energy costs.
Presidents Day, officially the third Monday of February, is meant to celebrate — depending on which history site you read — George Washington’s birthday (actually Feb. 22) and Abraham Lincoln’s birthday (Feb.
We put together a big list of home improvement tax credits to help you save money on your 2016 tax return. We also included information on rebates for energy-efficient appliances to help you save money if you need/want to use your tax savings on energy-efficient appliances.
Understanding Energy Tax Credits As a small business owner, your mind is likely consumed with the day-to-day operations involved in turning a profit. Looking to the future is definitely part of that, but sometimes we forget to manage parts of business that don’t affect the immediate cash flow or bottom line.
Quick! Do you know which appliances use the most energy in the average home?
People might assume that a large energy company would only be interested in funding energy-related or maybe science-related community projects. While Constellation certainly believes investing in energy programs is important, we have a broader impact when it comes to corporate social responsibility initiatives.
When the weather cools, you have a couple of basic options: Turn up the thermostat or, depending on the area you’re heating, perhaps holding off on doing that and instead using a space heater. Using energy efficient space heaters to help keep your home cozy starts with choosing the most efficient space heater that best
One way to measure a company’s seriousness of purpose is to look at how it regards research and development: Is it putting money and focus into new ideas within its industry, or simply satisfied with the tried-and-true? Using this definition alone, Constellation and its parent company, Exelon, are planning to lead the energy industry for