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Defense Logistics Agency Helps Reduce Virginia Energy Use

Defense Logistics Agency Helps Reduce Virginia Energy Use

As we all know, temperatures in Virginia can wildly fluctuate in short periods. In response to the flux, energy users often increase their energy consumption with added heating and cooling to maintain comfort. The Defense Logistics Agency is doing its part to avoid this flux and help Virginia reduce energy consumption by installing ground source heat pumps that will be

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School Wind Project

This post is the fourth and final in our series featuring schools across Virginia and their efforts to become more energy efficient. Read Part 1,Part 2, and Part 3. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the School Wind Project is a hands-on initiative that brings wind energy projects into the classroom by providing

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Virginia Energy Sense Recognizes University Students’ Energy Saving Ideas

CONGRATULATIONS to Virquan Harold, Alison Sutphin and Samantha Searles, the grand prize winners of the Virginia Energy Sense Value Your Power University Contest. Read their winning entries in response to Virginia Energy Sense asking “Why is saving energy important to you and how can you help your school reduce its energy consumption?” Harold, one of three winners and a student

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Covenant Lower School

This post is the second post in our series featuring schools across Virginia and their efforts to become more energy efficient. Click here to read part 1 of St. Catherine’s School energy efficient efforts. Covenant Lower School: As fall days deliver a chill in the air, students and staff at Covenant Lower School, in Charlottesville are excited to keep warm

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