The US Power Sector is facing a crossroads – an aging demographic and a decreasing number of graduates are shrinking the workforce dramatically. What’s next for the US Power Sector? Find out in this infographic from New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Energy Benchmarking compares a building’s energy and water usage with the performance of other similar buildings. With new energy benchmarking regulations in place, Washington DC building owners need to submit yearly benchmarking reports. Learn all about benchmarking and the upcoming deadline in this in infographic.
What will it take for us to reach global sustainable energy for all by 2030? Check out the infographic below presented by The World Bank to learn about the goals that need to be met in order to have sustainable energy worldwide.
Energy is all around us and can be produced by some pretty non-traditional methods. Check out this infographic presented by SaveOnEnergy to learn about five pretty weird energy sources.
Adding insulation to our homes is a great way to cut our heating costs. Changing energy suppliers could also be a way of saving money on cooking and heating our homes. This infographic by Calor looks at other ways to reduce energy bills.
Home energy accounts for a massive 22% of total energy used in the United States. The infographic below from Green Business Watch shows what we use energy for in our homes and how our energy use is changing.
The team at Lamps.com breaks down the true cost of incandescent, CFL, and LED light bulbs. Changing your light bulbs could save hundreds of dollars, and it’s better for the environment. In fact, there’s one light bulb that could save America $3.9 billion in a year!
Created by Storage Solutions, “The Green Warehouse Effect” showcases ways to improve sustainability in a warehouse and provides details on ways warehouses can update their building to lower energy costs, and become more sustainable. This infographic includes statistics about energy use in warehouses, and simple ways to recycle, reuse, and reduce.
This infographic by Ambit Energy illustrates typical home energy use, as well as some simple ways to conserve. It may help you reduce your carbon footprint, increase your energy smarts and saved money in the process.
In the last 50 years energy usage in an average American household has increased by nearly four times. This infographic from 1bog.org takes a look at why there is such a big increase and where all the energy usage in households is going.