energy-smart

energy-smart

adj
(General Physics) using electrical power in an efficient or economical way
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Proposing Energy-Smart Lifestyles through Cloud Storage Battery Systems and Other Technologies
SEE The Light gives residential property and maintenance managers the tools to transform inefficient practices into energy-smart habits and engages residents to report energy waste where they see it.
Asking them to take the extra few seconds or minutes every day to practice energy-smart behavior is an uphill battle.
The summit has become a must- attend event for anyone in the business of renewable energy, carbon capture or energy-smart technologies.
Customers signing up for the Energy-Smart service get monthly bills based on the meter readings they provide.
An accessible, energy-smart home will help maximize successful independent living for all family members.
The purpose is to help local organisations clue up on how to become energy-smart.
A NEW EASY-TO-FOLLOW GUIDE ON CONSTRUCTING ENERGY-smart schools published by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers is now available to district officials free of charge.
It includes an energy-smart library, with detailed information about topics including weatherization, heating, cooling, lighting, water heating and food storage.
The Tallahassee campus's 50 top fuel-consuming buildings have been treated to $8 million worth of energy-smart upgrades in their lighting, HVAC systems, and windows.
Read about some energy-smart inventions, including how some students are designing electric cars: www.
Give Your Swimming Pool--and Your Utility Bills--an Energy-Smart Makeover