Bruce Oreck, the U.S. Ambassador to Finland, began on one of the days at WREF with a talk on how to use language effectively to promote renewable energy. His presentation is available to view now!
The overall return on investment on combined energy efficiency and photovoltaic projects is better than for photovoltaic alone says a panel at WREF 2012.
Blogger expands knowledge in the renewable energy field by attending the 2012 World Renewable Energy Forum and American Solar Energy Society (ASES) national conference held in Denver.
Dr. Dan Arvizu, Director and Chief Executive of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), gave a very detailed presentation on how to …
The annual ASES Gala Awards Dinner was a successful fundraising night that took place at WREF 2012 on May 15, 2012 and featured prominent speakers, Dennis Dimick and Bill Ritter.
“We must develop green communities, not just green buildings.”
We can strengthen renewable energy markets when we learn to apply certain marketing and financial techniques, discussed at an Ignite session at WREF 2012.
At home or within our places of business it is necessary to live within our means and do our part to reduce our consumption of natural resources, reuse things instead of throwing them away into a landfill, and recycle materials so that they can be reused in another product. An Ignite presentation at WREF 2012 featured different presentations on how to make this happen.
Every climate around the world requires different building techniques to create optimal energy efficiency and an Ignite presentation at WREF 2012 showcased some different techniques.
Daylighting, the most basic way of lighting a room, was technically discussed at WREF 2012 with the focus on the idea that daylighting is great, but electricity is still being used.