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Energy Consumption & Green House Gases

Greenhouse Gases and Energy Consumption There has been much talk in the media and political rallies about the correlation between energy use and greenhouse emissions. Unfortunately, many people get lost in the hype and fail to understand the facts of how the two are linked and the effects that can occur from overcompensation of energy.What […]

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We Should Have More Buildings That Are Energy-Efficient

Why We Should Have More Buildings That Are Energy-Efficient As we move towards the future, energy efficiency is a continued concern. With energy costs rising, and natural resources being depleted, building owners need to focus on technological advancements to help them design their buildings to reduce their carbon footprint. The good news is, there are […]

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Your Guide to an Energy Retrofit

Your Guide toan Energy Retrofit When a building goes through an energy retrofit, it is renovated or refurbished to upgrade its overall energy assets, which can provide a significant impact on its energy costs and the environment throughout its ongoing life. Changes made to commercial buildings often involve improving energy efficiency and decreasing the building’s […]

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Eat, Sleep, Work Energy Efficient

Eat, Sleep, Work   and  be Energy Efficient Many companies are now focusing their time, money, and energy towards the future, by retrofitting their workplaces to make them more energy-efficient. Energy-efficient buildings can make employees more comfortable and, in turn, increasing their workplace satisfaction and creating a better image for the company. Check out some of the ways […]

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Renewable Energy

My Experience at Naveco Power

​My Experience at Naveco Power ​Blog written by Financial Analyst Co-Op Student, Robert Stepner: For as long as I can remember, I’ve had an interest in renewable energy. It most likely started when I used to build robots using a Lego Mindstorms kit and there was a tiny solar panel that worked with it. After […]

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Navigating the Lows

Navigating The Lows Written by Financial Analyst Co-op Student, Robert StepnerI have always looked at start-ups as a direct response to a problem that occurs in society.  They are created through an unexplored opportunity in the market and capitalize on that. Therefore, when working at a start-up, you’re most likely doing something that a very […]

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Renewable Energy

5 Things I learned at Startupfest

​5 Things I Learned At Startupfest ​Written by our Business Development Associate, Oriana Cordido: It is my second year attending Startupfest with the East Coast Caravan. This time I had the opportunity to share the experience of Startupfest with one my co-workers from Naveco Power, Robert Stepner. Many people have said that Startupfest is only […]

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