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How Loud is a Wind Turbine?

November 10, 2013

This infographic provides a visual for wind turbine. It shows what they provide energy for and how much energy they provide. It also shows where and how they are placed. Source

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Powering the cloud

November 3, 2013

“The cloud” continues to play an increasingly important part in our lives, allowing us to communicate with friends, collaborate with colleagues and to manage our increasingly digital lives. However, the vast data centers which power this technology consume significant amounts of energy and account for an estimated 2 percent of global carbon emissions.

How Much Energy Does your Home Use?

How Much Energy Does your Home Use?

June 3, 2013

Ever wonder just how much electricity the various parts of your home use? Check out the image. Some of the results might surprise you! Source

U.S. Energy Use Drops in 2008

U.S. Energy Use Drops in 2008

April 23, 2013

You turn on a light switch and presto; the power is instantly sent to a light bulb and chances are you don’t think twice about it. This infographic shows us the sources for all of the energy needs for the US and how much actually makes the long journey to that magical little bulb. You […]

7 Surprising Facts About Energy Efficiency

7 Surprising Facts About Energy Efficiency

April 23, 2013

There’s no doubt that energy efficiency and conservation is becoming increasingly popular and more of a priority both for individuals, corporations, and nations. Over the past few years, some surprising strides have been made in how we utilize energy efficiently – including how our homes can be improved upon through energy audits and with insulation, […]

Obama vs. Perry on Energy

Obama vs. Perry on Energy

March 28, 2013

As the race for 2012 heats up, so does the debate over energy in America. So how do the right and left stack up? We take a look at Gov. Rick Perry and President Barack Obama’s stances on several energy issues. Source

Follow the Flow

Follow the Flow

March 24, 2013

Fossil fuels provided the bulk, nearly 85%, of U.S. energy supply, with nuclear and renewables making up the remaining 15%. This chart visualizes where energy comes from, where it’s used, and how much is wasted. May/June 2010 Source

The White Roof Project

The White Roof Project

March 20, 2013

Energy costs are through the roof (no pun intended) and people are looking into different ways to bring these costs down. One way is to paint your roof white, which helps curb climate changes. This infographic looks more closely at this strategy on saving on energy costs. Source

UK Energy Price Rises

UK Energy Price Rises

March 10, 2013

A recent & depressing history of Energy company price rises in the UK Source

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Understanding Chinese Energy

February 17, 2013

As the world looks to a more energy efficient future, it is economic and population powerhouses such as China that will come under the most intense scrutiny. By carefully examining the Chinese energy policy (in fields such as wind and solar), and conjoining this with surveys on popular opinion, this interesting infographic will surely guide […]

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Green machines?

January 27, 2013

Infographics originally done for IEEE Spectrum magazine examining the effectiveness of using exercise equipment to recapture energy back into the Grid. Source

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Happy Earth Day from SunRun!

January 24, 2013

In honor of Earth Day 2010, here’s a nifty graphic we created just for the occasion: Home Solar: How solar will fix our broken electricity grid. The more people know about clean, renewable energy, the closer we are to stopping climate change, so spread the word!