Keep It Clean


Energy Has Evolved…


This we know. But what’s being done to push the evolutionary edge and create a sustainable future for us and our planet? Well, we’re here to tell you. Every month, E-volve will give you the most recent industry updates to let you know how the progression towards our sustainable future is going, including newsworthy highlights, educational information, local initiatives and even use cases that demonstrate the benefit of going solar.
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Keep It Clean: February 2022

How’s Your Footprint Faring?

And we, of course, mean your carbon footprint. For those of you that may not know, a reduction in your carbon footprint can mean much more than just good vibes and more likes on social your social account. It can actually be a very lucrative endeavor for companies that can acquire excess carbon credits that they can then sell for profit. But, that’s another blog entirely. For now, let’s just focus on some of the most effective ways to manage your environmental impact. How many are you doing?

  1. Upgrade light bulbs
  2. Hang-dry clothes
  3. Recycle
  4. Wash clothes in cold water
  5. Drive a gas-electric hybrid vehicle
  6. Avoid red meat
  1. Eat a plant-based diet
  2. Drive a fully electric vehicle
  3. Choose 100% clean energy
  4. Avoid 1 transatlantic flight
  5. Go 100% car free


Read the full blog here!




What’s Your Clean Screen?

When it comes to all the buzzwords that make up your clean screen rating, there are many! Whether it be “renewables,” “carbon neutrality,” “zero emissions,” “carbon offset,” “carbon footprint” or “ecofriendly,” all are holding you to the same common denominator: clean energy.

So, how clean is your carbon screen? And how renewable are your resources?

Check out our blog to find out!





Your Natural Resource Repository

Did you know there are six different kinds of clean energy available for use today? It’s true! We have:

  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Natural Gas
  • Geothermal
  • Biomass

For those of you that may not know, biomass is organic waste and plant material that generates electricity when burned. Geothermal, on the other hand, comes from deep wells in the Earth that pull up boiling water and act as a hydrothermal resource.

Fun fact: Hydroelectricity is the largest renewable energy resource in the United States!

And, because geothermal, hydroelectric, wind and solar do not produce fuel costs or require transportation, they provide greater price stability for you!

Contact us today for more information!

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