Posted Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Ohio's new appliance rebate has a two-pronged goal: to boost consumer spending and to get more energy efficient products in homes. But not everyone who wants a rebate will get one and there’s some question about just how “green” these appliances really are. Tuesday morning at 9, join host Dan Moulthrop and guests for a conversation about how the rebates and efficiency ratings actually work and to share some ideas for conserving energy.
Economy, Other, Energy, Technology
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I live in a semi rural area. We heat with a combination of bio fuel (wood pellets) and locally harvested wood from standing and fallen dead wood (no live trees). What are the environmental effects of this.
I suggest consumers compartmentalize their house. We insulated the space between the floor between the upstairs and downstairs.
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