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1. Pufferspeicher, Waermeenergie sinnvoll speichern.




Pufferspeicher in Verbindung einer Solaranlage kann im Sommer nahezu 100 % Energieeinspraung bringen. Im Jahresschnitt immer noch ca. 60 % Kosten Sparen.
Category:   save energy
heat pump
Solar Energy

Date Added: Mar 1, 2008
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2. Heizen ohne Öl und Gas. Mit Erdwärme.




Sparen Sie bis zu 75% Ihrer Heizkosten mit Erdwärme. Unerschöpfliche Energie auf dem eigenen Grundstück.
Category:   geothermal energy
heat pump
save energy

Date Added: Mar 19, 2008

3. Savepower




Who we are
SavePower is a Danish company specializing in the development, production & sale of “easy to use” energy saving products.

The SavePower team is dedicated and strives to be the leader within energy reducing products by innovative product development based on the “easy to use” concept. All our products are developed by international acclaimed engineers and inventors from Denmark and France. The quality of our products are defined by the components we use, which are according to RoHs, tested and certified by TÜV and CE approved for safety and quality.

SavePower takes pride in being in the forefront of our field and constantly work on product development in order to serve our customers the best way possible.

With our head office located in Denmark and representatives world-wide, SavePower is able to offer a unique concept to our customers within easy energy saving – products that make a difference.
Category:   save energy

Date Added: Mar 28, 2008
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4. Energienutzer




Aktuelle Informationen aus dem Beriech Energie, Haustechnik und Energieeffizienz. News, Energie Ratgeber-Artikel und Tipps für Verbraucher
Category:   housing technology
save energy

Date Added: Sep 4, 2009
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5. Rigips - Der Ausbau-Profi. (Aktuelles - Produktneuheiten - Rigiperl® 035)





Category:   save energy

Date Added: Feb 28, 2008
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6. Energiepass Rigips - Informationen zum Energiepass




Informationen zum Energiepass - Das Energiepass Partnerforum ist eine Reihe von Fachkonferenzen in Deutschland. Der Energiepass ermöglicht es, die energetische Qualität eines Gebäudes durch ein standardisiertes Qualitätsargument darzustellen.
Category:   energy consulting
save energy

Date Added: Feb 28, 2008
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7. Home Energy Saver




About The Home Energy Saver

The Home Energy Saver is designed to help consumers identify the best ways to save energy in their homes, and find the resources to make the savings happen. The Home Energy Saver was the first Internet-based tool for calculating energy use in residential buildings. The project is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), as part of the national ENERGY STAR Program for improving energy efficiency in homes, with previous support from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the US Department of Housing and Urban Development's PATH projgram, and the California Energy Commission's Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program.

About 750,000 people visit the HES site each year. Over 90% are homeowners and renters, but many third parties use the site as well.

The Home Energy Saver quickly computes a home's energy use on-line based on methods developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Users can estimate how much energy and money can be saved and how much emissions can be reduced by implementing energy-efficiency improvements. All end uses (heating, cooling, major appliances, lighting, and miscellaneous uses) are included. A detailed description of underlaying calculation methods and data is provided a comprehensive report. Documentation of how the site handles electricity tariffs is provided here).

The Home Energy Saver's Energy Advisor calculates energy use and savings opportunities, based on a detailed description of the home provided by the user. Users can begin the process by simply entering their zip code, and in turn receive instant initial estimates. By providing more information about the home the user will receive increasingly customized results along with energy-saving upgrade recommendations.

The Energy Advisor calculates heating and cooling consumption using the DOE-2 building simulation program (version 2.1E), developed by the U.S. Department of Energy. The program performs a full annual simulation for a typical weather year (involving 8760 hourly calculations) in about 10-20 seconds, after the user assembles the necessary information describing their home. Users can choose from 239 weather locations around the United States. DOE-2 performs a very sophisticated series of calculations, but the web-based user interface is relatively simple and results are distilled into a useful form. Default energy prices for each fuel and state are also available, or users can enter a specific price of their choosing.

The Energy Advisor calculates domestic water heating energy consumption using a detailed model developed by LBNL researchers. Users can see how household size, age of occupants, equipment efficiencies, and water inlet temperatures affect bottom-line energy costs.

By simply entering the number and approximate age of their major appliances, users can estimate their energy consumption, based on historic sales-weighted efficiency data. A very detailed module is also included to estimate energy consumption for lighting and dozens of miscellaneous gas and electric appliances, with default values based on data compiled over the years by LBNL researchers.

The results pages provide a list of recommendations--ranked by payback time--tailored to the particular home being evaluated. The user can vary the energy efficiency assumptions in many cases, as well as the retrofit costs and then recalculate the table. The results can be viewed on line, and via a detailed printable report which includes retrofit description and other details as well as links to additional information.

In addition to calculating energy use on-line, the Home Energy Saver's Making it Happen and Energy Librarian modules connect users to an expanding array of "how-to" information resources throughout the Internet. These modules help users successfully capitalize on the energy savings opportunities identified by the Energy Advisor module. Users benefit from a dynamic information base unparalleled by resources that could be published on static electronic media. These modules offer a host of links to practical information, ranging from lists of specific efficient products ... to tips about selecting a good contractor ... to information on what assistance your utility might have to offer. The site also features an extensive glossary and frequently-asked questions module.

Through special arrangement with Home Energy Magazine, the Home Energy Saver features extensive passages from the book No-Regrets Remodeling as part of the Making It Happen module.

The Ask An Energy Expert Service is provided courtesy of USDOE's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network.
Category:   save energy

Date Added: Mar 28, 2008
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8. The Weatherization Pages




A Vermont resource on using cellulose insulation and moisture barriers in attics, walls, and basements to improve safety, comfort, fuel conservation and environmental health in old and new homes.
Category:   ecological building
save energy

Date Added: Mar 28, 2008
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9. EEBA || Energy and Environmental Building Association




EEBA's, the Energy and Environmental Building Association's, mission is to provide green building education and resources to transform the residential design and construction industry to profitably deliver energy efficient and environmentally responsible buildings and communities.
Category:   ecological building
save energy

Date Added: Mar 28, 2008
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10. Home Energiespar-Rechner




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Date Added: Apr 16, 2008
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