While we usually focus on homes here, a couple of business articles in the NYTimes on Thursday took me back to a post from a couple of years on Amory Lovins and his common sense approach to saving energy. The whole post is worth revisting, but I’ll sum up with one quote from Amory:
It doesn’t matter what the climate science says, or even whether it’s right, because we ought to be purchasing energy efficiency anyway just to save money.
It’s just good business to cut costs by adopting energy-saving actions for lighting, equipment, heating, air conditioning, transportation and water use. And energy-efficiency can offer an excellent ROI. Check out the two articles: