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Green Energy (Joshua Key)

 
Your green tip of the week: automatic solar generators, pt. 4
As The Guardian reported last week, BPL’s fuel charge rose 50% from last year. Instead of being stuck at the mercy of the power company whenever it wants to raise the price, solar power gives you freedom, control, and independence. To cap of our se...
 
 
Your green tip of the week: automatic solar generators, pt. 3
In our last few articles, we have been considering a green alternative to firing up a fuel generator every time BPL cuts out. After all, with a fuel generator, you burn money hour after hour, regardless of whether you are running everything in the bu...
 
 
Your green tip of the week: automatic solar generators, pt. 2
When my clients ask about solar power, one of the first questions is, “How much of my home can you power?” The answer is, “As much as you want!” One of the easiest ways to do this is with the automatic solar generator we started to discuss in...
 
 
Your green tip of the week – automatic solar generators, pt. 1
How much does it cost you when your power goes out? I know people who spent many hundreds of dollars running their generators after Hurricane Matthew last year. Since a very active hurricane season is forecast this year, it’s a question worth askin...
 
 
Your green tip of the week: drinking water from the air
Now that May 10th is behind us, when you say “go green”, most people think about helping the environment. However, a vital part of going green is healthy living. This includes clean air, responsible consumption choices and, for the purposes of ou...
 
 
Your energy tip of the week: solar pump, pt. 2
As we prepare for summer — and all the sun that comes with it — many Bahamians are interested in using that sunlight to power their pool pumps. We saw in our last article that homes with even the smallest pools can save over $1,500 every year by ...
 
 
Your energy tip of the week: solar pump, pt. 1
Winter is over and already it feels like summer is on the way. This means that, after spending winter as far away from their frigid pools as possible, many Bahamians will be making the annual migration back into the water. This, in turn, raises the ...
 
 
Your green tip of the week: Purify your air naturally
We talk about our Bahamas being clean, green and pristine. Recent days, however, have seemed anything but that. We have had toxic smoke billowing in our capital that saw residents evacuated from their homes. The worst part is this is not a new proble...
 
 
Your green tip of the week: Tubular skylights
Property owners can spend thousands of dollars on renovations and refurbishments to increase the value and marketability of their property. However, there is a much easier and less expensive way to boost the value of a home, office or industrial spac...
 
 
Your green tip of the week: The cost of light is falling
You might say, “What do you mean the cost of light is falling? My light bill is going up! BPL’s rates are increasing! How can you say the cost of light is falling?!” I’d reply, “I’d be happy to tell you how – and how you can take advan...
 
 
Your energy tip of the week: solar landscape lights
Nightscaping is the design of outdoor accent lighting to enhance your property’s beauty at night. This shouldn’t be confused with flood lights. You can use nightscaping to show off your plants and gardens, to line your walkways or driveways, to a...
 
 

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