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Why should I maintain an energy efficient building?
Energy efficient buildings cost less to operate, have improved comfort and potentially create less pollution. An energy efficient building will use less energy for heating, cooling and water heating as compared to a standard building.
Are there incentives for implementing energy efficiency improvements?
Yes! You may be eligible for rebates, a reduced interest rate loan or a grant for energy efficiency upgrades or retrofits. Typically, these are available from your utility provider, but can be secured through other non-utility programs. In some cases, federal tax credits are also available for energy efficient upgrades.
What is the difference between energy conservation and energy efficiency?
Energy conservation involves a change in behavior to save energy (turning off the lights, powering down computers at night, etc.) while energy efficiency involves upgrades like installing appliances, equipment or lighting that uses less energy (such as using compact florescent light bulbs instead of incandescent bulbs). Energy efficiency also could include modifying or changing operational processes.
How can I benefit from an energy assessment?
An energy assessment can provide important information on your pattern of energy use. Whether your assessment includes all of your building's systems or just the heating, an assessment provides the detailed information needed to help upgrade equipment.
What are the major factors affecting natural gas prices?
Natural gas prices are mainly a function of market supply and demand.
Because there are limited short-term alternatives to natural gas as a fuel for heating and electricity generation during peak demand periods, changes in supply or demand over a short period may result in large price changes. Prices themselves often act to balance supply and demand.
Higher demand tends to lead to higher prices, while lower demand can lead to lower prices. Increases and decreases in prices tend to reduce or increase demand.