Energy Efficient Homes
        The ideal energy efficient building retains the best environment for living while minimizing the consumption and waste of energy. © Crook 2006                The biggest source of clean cheap energy is energy not used. R. Muller, Foreign Policy, Nov 2008                If you don’t understand energy efficient technology it’s probably because it’s based on principles of thermodynamics, physics, and rocket science. © Crook 2010                When you install an alternative energy system without first reducing your building’s demand for energy you ‘re still wasting energy and foregoing comfort--You've put the cart before the horse. © Crook 2011                An energy efficient building is always "Green" but a green buildings isn't always energy efficient. © Crook 2009                "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction", Sir Isaac Newton's "Action-Reaction Law", 1687                The transfer of heat between objects can never be stopped: it can only be slowed down. © Crook 2008                It's always easier to get into something than it is to get out.                Clean coal refers to coal with less particulants/pollutants. Clean coal when burned, unless SEQUESTRATED spews CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) into the atmosphere causing pollution. What does "clean coal" and "pork the other white meat have in common? Both are half-truths and both have the propensity to make you sick.        

#1 in Energy Efficiency Technology for Homes and Buildings


Posted 05/02/2011 by Siti Crook

The redevelopment and launch of this website on energy efficient homes and buildings, represents the culmination of six- years work. It was June 10, 2008 when I discovered just how vulnerable websites can be to mischievous internet hackers.   It took just a few days for hackers to destroy what had taken me the previous three years to build.

I had two primary goals for revising this website. The first goal is that you leave thinking your time was well spent and the second is that you want to return.  All too often, one’s internet search results produce the same information with slightly different formatting and visuals.

Back in 2005/2006 we used the tag line, “Save Energy, Save Money”. You’d be hard pressed to find a website these days that doesn’t say “save energy, save money”.  As far as I can tell– “If you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all.”

If you are searching for knowledge about energy efficient technology, it requires more than a catchy tag line and fancy visuals.   It requires that the people providing you with information for free or for a fee, at minimum, understand how the laws of nature, such as air flow and heat transfer affect a building’s heat gain and heat loss performance.

From time to time throughout this website you will find pass-code protected text. Pass-codes are in place for your protection and for ours.  A little bit of knowledge can be dangerous especially when it comes to energy efficiency in buildings.

To truly save energy or prevent a building from wasting energy it won’t be achieved using an ala carte approach, or a “one size fits all” process. Using

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a conventional home or building can be energy efficient.



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12 Responses to “#1 in Energy Efficiency Technology for Homes and Buildings”

  1. Pani Says:

    So excited to see the new site. It looks amazing!!

  2. Cesar Says:

    It shows how well you understand this subject. Bookmarked this page,thanks god someone that actually knows what they are talking about – thank you?2

  3. Kristle Rasole Says:

    I do not believe I have read anything like this before. So good to find somebody with some original thoughts on this topic. Thanks for starting this up. This blog is some thing that is required on the web, somebody having a small originality. B

  4. Siti Crook Says:

    Thank you so much for your feedback. Our intention is to provide “original thoughts” instead of a “one size fits all” approach to energy efficiency. We seem to have a never ending reservoir of ideas and information to share. Glad our efforts aren’t in vain.

  5. Siti Crook Says:

    Thank you for your acknowledgement about the new site.

  6. Boyd Says:

    Hey, sweet post, but I was just wondering what the plugin you use for your sidebar is? I have a blog myself, and I’d REALLY like to include it onto my own site. Cheers!

  7. Gary Says:

    Good job, thanks for postin this.

  8. L.T. Says:

    love it. i like to write about how to save money!

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  10. toes Says:

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  12. Marvin Roskowinski Says:

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