Read time: 2 minutes How exactly does a go green energy rate work? With the growth in renewable energy and the potential for companies to take part in its growth, questions arise about how effective green energy products actually are. It’s simple, really: The more people who purchase green energy products, the more effective green […]
Blog - Going Green
Read time: 4 minutes The 21st century has brought a lot of really cool stuff to the world. Nearly everything is virtual and digital; we can binge watch our favorite television shows without being bombarded by a stream of pointless commercials; and we can download our grocery list from our refrigerator straight to our smartphone. […]
Read time: 4 minutes Written by Anna Sommers Director Building Relations & Facilities, IGS Energy Anna oversees IGS’ nearly 30 properties. She manages space planning and construction projects and supervises the facility operations and related engineering maintenance. As a LEED Green Associate and an active Green Spot Member, she focuses on sustainable design. She works […]
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Your state’s current energy industry regulations has a direct impact on your home, your business, and your life. Here’s why:
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Matt White, General Counsel at IGS Energy, breaks down what energy choice is and how you can play a part.
The news is filled with stories about how our planet is deteriorating. It can get overwhelming (and expensive) trying to keep up with all the ways you can reduce your impact on the earth. But, if each of us took just a few simple steps to take care of our world, the effects would be […]
As science continues to present convincing evidence that human life significantly affects the health and sustainability of the Earth we live on, countless business, cities, and even entire countries around the world have brought new life to green, or renewable, energy. Often we picture going ‘green’ as taking measures to go off-grid or cut all […]
Cold windows can be a real budget killer when you’re heating your home. But did you know that window treatments can reduce heating and cooling bills by as much as 25%? Follow these simple steps to wrap your windows this winter and your wallet will thank you.