Posted by Marco Loeffke on October 10, 2015
One of the questions we get asked a lot by our quick service restaurant customers is:
What kind of indoor lighting offers the best energy-efficiency and financial return for my business?
Posted by Will Duckett on June 6, 2015
At PlotWatt, we take the security and privacy of our customer information seriously. We aggressively protect the integrity of our data with:
Posted by Will Raymond on May 5, 2011
In the last post, we had a real head-scratcher from a real tea-drinker. Francis wanted four cups of tea in an hour, and he wondered whether it’s smarter to boil all of that water at once in his electric kettle, re-heating it as necessary, or just to boil one cup of water from the tap each time.
Posted by Will Raymond on July 7, 2009
In the world of “clean energy,” projects fall into one of two categories: increasing clean energy generation (supply) or decreasing energy consumption (demand). The energy generation side is developing technologies aimed at displacing the power plants we already have and building additional capacity for our ever-increasing energy appetites. Cool. On the other side, there are those of us focusing on more efficiently using the energy produced, no matter what the source. In this post, I’ll describe why these aren’t just two sides of the same coin.