Happy New Year to All from Redfish Technology!

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Happy New Year!

We at Redfish Technology wish you many celebrations, tons of happiness, optimal health and personal and professional success in 2015!

 

Let’s celebrate starring Jon Piggins, Rob Reeves, Mike Curry, Meredith Dean, and Stacy McLaughlin:

 

It’s 2015 – Get Happy starring Leah O’Flynn, Heidi Clark, Noah Hendricks, Tory Thomas, & Anna Mathieu

Happy Holidays from the Tech Recruiters at Redfish Technology (Jib Jab Holiday Cards)

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Happy Holidays to all!

Enjoy these Jib Jab Holiday Cards Featuring Redfish Recruiters

Engineering & Development – starring Jon Piggins, Mike Curry, Meredith Dean, John Stevens, and Rob Reeves

 

Sales & Marketing – starring Leah O’Flynn,Tory Thomas, Noah Hendricks, Anna Mathieu, and Stacy McLaughlin

 

Okay just one more – starring Rob Reeves, Heidi Clark, Leah O’Flynn, Jon Piggins, and John Whittier

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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Happy Thanksgiving

 

Today is a day to feel and share the gratitude for all the wonderful things in your life!

We at Redfish Technology feel blessed and appreciative of the great people we get to work with every day, a nurturing work environment, fabulous family and friends, and a beautiful place to live! We wish you an amazing day, filled with wonder and gratitude for all the good in your life!

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“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”

– William Arthur Ward

Happy Memorial Day!

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We Remember!

Memorial Day is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.  Thank you to all who gave their lives for the rest of us. Between burgers and bike rides this weekend, let’s all take a moment to remember.

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Cleantech Forum SF March 14-16

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The Cleantech Forum will take place on March 14-16, 2011 in San Francisco.

The convergence of cleantech and information technology is ushering in a truly new era in clean technology, enabling faster global deployments, greater scale, and more precise measurement of impact than ever before. 

Join this three day executive conference to develop your cleantech strategy, learn where to place your technology bets and meet with the innovative entrepreneurs and global partners that will help you implement that strategy. 

 

 

Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America & Photovoltaics World Conference – March 8-10

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The Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America & Photovoltaics World Conference & Expo wil be held March 8-10, 2011 in Tampa, FL.

 

The Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America has been the event leading the way for the renewable industry for eight years making it the only event you need to make all of your renewable connections. Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America 2010 in Austin, TX had more than 4,000 renewable energy power professionals and 250 exhibiting companies proving that the industry knows where to be!

2011 Clean Energy Workforce Education Conference

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The 2011 Clean Energy Workforce Education Conference is March 8-10, 2011 in Saratoga, NY.

Don’t miss the fourth national conference on educating the renewable energy and energy efficiency workforce. Mark your calendars for March 2011 and be part of the one national event that brings together innovative educators who are training today’s green workforce.

This event offers the most current information on instructional strategies, curricula development, credentialing, and best practices for training in the renewable energy and energy efficiency fields.

Green Building – Home Energy Efficiency From the Foundation Up

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“Green building” homes to be more energy efficient, even energy independent, is something that has really increased in popularity these days, as more and more people are becoming aware of the effects our energy consumption has on the planet, of rising energy expense costs, and even where we get our energy and fuels from. There are a few angles of approach to get at energy efficiency, and truth be told, taking all of these is the best, most efficient way to achieve this goal. What are some of these approaches?

The many ways to be green building a home towards energy efficiency, or indeed, energy independence, can be seen as coming mainly from four major areas – the Sun, the Earth, the Water and the Wind. This almost brings to mind the philosophical elements of the alchemists, Earth, Air, Fire and Water – not too far off, actually, in the alchemy of energy conservation. Of course, dealing with the sun, we have solar power, whether active or passive. Earth would be geo-thermal power, and the other two are even more obvious. Let’s look at geo-thermal…

For green building a home to use geo-thermal energy, a great way to utilize this also takes water into account. Sending simple pipelines of water a few meters underground below the house to be circulated into the home and back underground and back in again, is a superb way to heat and cool your home and its water at the same go. Former US President Bush’s home in Texas utilizes this very same technology, and has for years – many homes up north in Canada do as well. This is a great example of “green building”. Homes that have this type of technology installed can basically run off-grid, as far as air and water heating and cooling.

Solar power, as I mentioned before, can be active as well as passive. The active form uses solar panels, which these days are far more efficient than they were decades ago, and much less expensive as well, and the passive form is usually structured into the green building of the home itself – its overall shape, which way it faces, the window exposure, the use of convection enveloping designs in the structure of the home itself using a “double-hulled” design, and so on. Green building homes with these designs in mind make for a far less impact on our environment, and also aid in the needed erasure of our huge “carbon footprint” we’ve stamped onto the Earth.

Wind and water are other angles of approach, whether you use windmills or waterwheels to generate electricity, or perhaps even both in tandem. These systems often use a battery of a few cells, such as those used in cars, or a single cell such as those used in forklifts, in order to store the energy created for continuous use. Using all of these angles of approach, we can see how green building homes with them all in use can create a totally energy efficient, even energy independent home to live in.

If you’re interested in learning more about green building and other things related to alternative energy, then you’ve got to check out the EcoPlusHome project.

Bryan Kenny and his family are an average North American family with one exception…they’re living in the EcoPlusHome.

The EcoPlusHome is a prefabricated home powered by alternative energies like solar thermal, geothermal and photovoltaic. Bryan and his family will show the world that it is possible to live self sustained for a 12 month period by showcasing their journey living in the EcoPlusHome on their blog.

Bryan and his family welcome you to join their journey to self sufficiency on their blog http://ecoplushome.com/blog.

Author: Bryan Kenny
Article Source: EzineArticles.com
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