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How to Read Energy Bills

Whether you’ve just moved into your first home as an independent adult or are a longtime homeowner, it’s no secret that energy bills can be tough to decipher sometimes, particularly if you live in a state with special energy considerations, like Michigan. Do you really know what you’re paying for?

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Black Inventors in Energy Efficiency: David Crosthwait

Major contributions to energy sciences have been made by Black inventors like David Crosthwait, who created an improved boiler system and thermostat control, among many other achievements. In fact, you can think of him as the father of modern HVAC systems. 

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Black Inventors in Energy Efficiency: Louis W. Roberts

During Black History Month and every month, it’s important to recognize the contributions that Black American inventors like Louis W. Roberts have made to the evolution of technology. Roberts specialized in the study of microwaves (the physics phenomenon, not the oven) and related fields and applied them to aircraft and spacecraft technology, among other things.

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