What a World Powered by Renewable Energy Could Look Like

At Timothy Off, we’re always fascinated by new and continued developments in the renewable energy world and we do our best to keep our carbon footprint down. (Just look at our geothermal heating and cooling service!) Recently, we discovered an article by Kendra Pierre-Louis that discusses the possibility of a world that relies solely on renewable energy. We thought we’d share.

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Home Energy Installations: Geothermal vs. Solar

The majority of homeowners use electricity, natural gas, or oil to power their homes. However, over the last decade or so, some have turned to alternative sources of energy such as solar or geothermal. Here, our geothermal installation experts explain the differences between the two.

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The U.S. Oil & Natural Gas Boom

Over the past several years, the United States has been on the forefront of an energy boom. By tapping into our own natural resources like crude oil and natural gas, the U.S. has gone from an importer to an exporter and has created jobs along the way. Here’s just a brief summary of what we’ve accomplished so far.

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15 Fun Facts: Heating

Now that we’ve done “15 Fun Facts” on Indoor Air, Plumbing, and Air Conditioning, we thought it was time to dive into the interesting world of heating. Here are some interesting facts our Downingtown heating experts found.

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Could an Artificial Leaf Be a New Energy Source?

For years, hydrogen has been considered a viable source of energy and there have been many ways to produce (and try to produce) it. Since pure hydrogen doesn’t exist in nature, it takes a lot of time and energy to produce, which is why the source has been slow to popularize.

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Heat: Oil vs. Electric vs. Gas

If you’re buying a new home or considering switching your source of heat, there are three main ways that you can provide heat for your home: by oil, by electricity, or by gas. Our heating service experts know that choosing one can be a little overwhelming, so we’ve collected some information on the differences between each.

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Expect to Pay More for Heating This Winter

The government recently announced an unfortunate prediction for this winter: higher prices to heat your home. The prices of natural gas, propane, and electricity will all go up, with natural gas increasing the most.

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