many homeowners, just knowing how to begin considering a new
appliance can be challenging. This website is designed to get
you started on finding the right natural gas technology or
system for your home.
you need to know?
out what components and factors you’ll need to consider to
receive the maximum comfort and efficiency for your home.
As in life, most things work better when they work
together. The same concept makes a natural gas technology the smarter
choice for your home. As
an example, heating and cooling account for about 56% of the
energy use in a typical home, making it the
energy expense for most homes. A
wide variety of technologies are available for heating and cooling
your home, and they achieve a wide range of efficiencies in
converting their energy sources into useful heat or cool air for
your home. Additionally, heating and cooling systems offer
supporting equipment such as thermostats and ductwork, which provide
opportunities for saving energy.
looking for ways to save energy in your home, be sure to think about
the complete home and how all appliances can work together to
improve your homes energy efficiency. We hope you
will find this website to be both informative
and useful to you as you evaluate new
appliances and energy strategies for your
Carbon Calculator Tool Available
your homes carbon footprint by using our Carbon
Calculator to determine how many cars or
acres of forest you can save by making the right equipment
you want to do what's right for the environment while
enjoying the comforts of home, look to Natural Gas. Truth
is, the reasons to choose Natural Gas have always gone way
beyond performance. When compared to the average
all-electric home, the average natural gas home emits 46
percent less carbon. With a renewed focus on the
environment, it's time to remember that Natural Gas is not
only the best choice for your home, but for the planet
that's home to everyone.
Solutions Center is a technology
commercialization and market development
organization representing energy utilities,
municipal energy authorities, and equipment
manufacturers and vendors.
more information contact:
The Energy Solutions Center
400 North Capitol Street NW
Washington, DC 20001