Below are links to information and other websites. We are always looking to pass on great ideas and information, so feel free to suggest links.
We’ve selected a few online tools from the many that are available to you help calculate your energy use and find ways to save on your power bills. Please remember these tools are not intended to provide exact power use figures, but rather to increase your awareness of how much power you are using and/or wasting.
Inexpensive ideas to help you slash your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint.
A comprehensive federal government website that helps consumers learn how to save energy and use clean, renewable technologies at home, while driving, and at work.
Entergy, a Lousiana power company, offers a Home Energy Calculator to help homeowners estimate the energy used by each household appliance.
A non profit group with a mission to educate homeowners and businesses about the economic and environmental benefits of PV solar.
Home Energy Saver (another U.S. government site) lets consumers find out what the average power bill in their neighborhood is and how long it would take to recoup investments in high-efficiency appliances.
The renewable energy site for Do-It-Yourselfers.” Nothing for sale, just a lot of great information. But remember, Fire Mountain Solar can also help. We can provide as little or as much assistance as you need for you or your own contractor to do the install.
Basic information for those considering an investment in a solar electric (PV) system for their home or business.
A helpful portal to relevant renewable energy websites of individuals, governments and organizations. The links are cross-referenced to help homeowners,engineers, hobbyists, teachers and students find quick answers to issues relating to alternative energy.
New high-resolution, state-of-the-art maps of wind energy potential for the U.S.. Resource estimates are easily accessible to the public through an interactive Geographic Information System (GIS) website.
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