Monthly Archives: October 2015

31Oct/15

Power consumption, reduce electricity bill

Less is consuming energy when you have knowledge of own consumption of light? According to the results of a test conducted in 100 households, significant differences are shown as a function of families continue or close the status of their consumption and stresses that the contribution of information is much more effective than one that is neutral, that has no comparison with the consumption of other households.

Can you reduce the consumption of light and perennial permanently without feeling back to the era of enlightenment through the candles? Are we able to identify the most voracious consumer devices are and are willing to change our habits? The consumption of light still seems something invisible in many households usually unaware of the sources of over consumption and poorly informed about the impact of their individual effort and contribution in this field.
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23Oct/15

Compact Fluorescent Bulb

Benefits of Compact Fluorescent Bulb:

Its life! 10 to 20,000 hours (5 years when used three hours a day). This is the great replacement for the incandescent bulb, the main reason;

Contrary to popular belief, it can have very different shapes (not just the spiral shape).

Its diffuse brightness avoid glare.

It emits up to 75% less heat than incandescent bulbs, to the same degree of brightness.

An analysis of the life cycle (overall environmental impact of a product) conducted by the Inter university Research Centre for Life Cycle of Products, Processes and Services (CIRAIG) for Hydro Distribution is in favor of compact fluorescent lamp versus the lamp Incandescent.
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03Oct/15

Hikari, the first urban islet of positive energy in Lyon

Arranged along a nautical square, three new buildings are aligned in the center of the neighborhood, a piece of the city futuristic in prolonging the center of Lyon, built on old industrial remains.

The Hikari project began more than 10 years ago, and currently has 150 hectares, but due to double the surface. This ecobarrio of France must come to term at the end of 2020 and stop producing carbon despite the construction of one million square meters.
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