The Starion Energy Blog

Category: conserve energy

How to Productively Get Involved in Earth Day 2021

Spring and this year’s celebration of our planet, Earth Day 2021, are quickly approaching. What began 52 years ago as a call for peace and respect toward the planet by activist John McConnell has blossomed into a very influential and far-reaching movement to educate the world in matters of climate, reservation, and the environment at large.

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Five Ways to Ensure a Resilient US Energy Grid of the Future

No one can predict precisely what the electricity system will look like several decades from now, but there are a number of technical advances and regulatory changes that would facilitate a variety of developments for the electric power system.

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Is Your Thermostat Doing Its Job?

Almost every home is equipped with a thermostat. A thermostat’s job is to maintain a comfortable climate within a home. But, how do you know if yours is working correctly? Here are some ways to make sure your thermostat is operating at its best.

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Eight Predictions for the Future of Renewable Energy

The International Energy Agency predicts that by 2024, renewable energy will take up 30% of the world’s energy. In recent years, wind and solar energy sources have experienced unprecedented growth. In 2019, solar energy made up 60% of new installations total energy capacity. Along with this global shift to greener power, there will be new patterns in storage, installation, and utilization.

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Four Reasons to Adopt a Business Energy Efficiency Policy

In the USA, small businesses spend a total of $60 billion on energy. So, you can only imagine the potential financial impact of energy costs on big corporations. When overlooked, the rising cost of energy can consume a business’s operational expense. There is no sign of energy price decline in the near future, at least for non-renewable sources. But you have alternatives to keep your business power consumption low. One strategy is to create a Business Energy Efficiency Policy or BEEP, for short.

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