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The Gadget Guy - with Scott Sklar
Scott Sklar is a self proclaimed gadget guy. In his home, he has almost any clean alternative energy technology you can think of. On this episode, we visit him there, and he explains how he accomplished something almost no one else around here has... energy independence. This episode has just a taste of all of the systems at Scott's house. See links below for more info: http://www.thestellagroupltd.com/home/sklars-zero-energy-home-office/...
Care and Feeding - with Cathy Lin
Cathy Lin, Energy Manager for Arlington Public Schools, shares with us how one of her projects saved the school system $50,000. Putting money back where it's needed most. She also shares her personal experience achieving Net Zero electricity at home, and the importance of building maintenance. NOVA Regional Science Fair https://www.apsva.us/post/green-scene-showcases-nova-regional-science-fair/ How to Use a Programmable Thermostat -...
This is What the Future Looks Like - Discovery Elementary School
Steve Stricker from Arlington Public Schools gives us a tour of Discover Elementary School in Arlington, VA. This school is “net zero energy,” generating as much clean, renewable, solar energy as it uses each year. Zero fossil fuels. 100% fantastic. More Information arlingtonenergy.us Discovery Project - www.vmdo.com/discovery-elementary-school.html Solatubes - www.solatube.com/ Cool ICF Construction video - www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LrlSR-Qm8o Geothermal -...
Power to the People - with Aaron Sutch
Some neighbors organize block parties. These neighbors organized solar installations. On this episode, we talk with Aaron Sutch from VASUN and learn more about solar co-ops, an innovative solution that helps average citizens access solar. More Info arlingtonenergy.us Solar Co-op - VASUN www.vasun.org/potomac/ Music "Hurt Me" by Benjimanji is licensed under CC BY 4.0 "Telescope II" by Unthunk is licensed under CC BY 4.0 "How it Fades" by Scott Gratton is licensed under CC BY 4.0
Construction, Moms (...and Machine Guns) - with Patty Shields
Patty Shields, one of the few women builders in Virginia, shares with us what it's like to be an oddity. She's a woman in the primarily male home building arena. On top of that, is one of those building science geeks, on the leading edge of high performance green building. Patty teaches us to forget about fitting in. How has that ever changed the world anyway? More Info Green Home Choice program https://environment.arlingtonva.us/energy/greenhomechoice/ Metro Green...