How many people in Saint John use their oven at the same time? Peaks happen when people are plugged into the grid, all at the same time. Peaks increase energy costs and lead us to use electricity from fossil fuels. Small actions taken as a community can have a huge impact.
Myth 1: It’s more efficient to leave a room at a constant temperature than turning the heat down overnight (or when you’re not home) Fact 1: It takes less energy to warm up a cold room in the morning than it does to maintain a constant temperature throughout the night. If you have baseboard
As the seasons change, so does the way we use energy. Nip high household energy consumption in the bud this spring and save energy with these green tips and home upgrades. You’ll give a new meaning to the term ‘green thumb’ once you see your energy savings bloom. Visit Webpage
Heat pumps will heat, cool and dehumidify your home, keeping you perfectly comfortable year-round. They’ll also save money and energy as they’re much more efficient than traditional heating methods, and twice as efficient as traditional oil systems. Watch Video
We received a lot of feedback from listeners who are interested in energy efficiency and curious about what they can do to make their existing home more energy-efficient. We decided to bring back Chris McLellan from the Office of Energy Efficiency to discuss getting better performance and comfort out of your home.