Behavior and the Human Dimensions of Energy Use

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This is a growing area of research and activity for customer energy efficiency programs. Behavior is clearly a cornerstone of energy efficiency: it affects the purchases we make, the buildings and systems we design, and how we use energy-consuming equipment.
To leverage technology and practices for greater savings, energy professionals can use … Read More.

Biomass Energy in John Day

Generations of sawlog harvesting can leave commercial forests choked with forestry leftovers: sapling-sized and
un-merchantable trees, which need to be thinned to make way for healthy growth. In January 2009, Grant County government began an investigation to see whether there was enough of this type of woody biomass in the area to support a pellet plant, … Read More.