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Renewable Energy Trends And Green Energy Industry Facts

As 2021 progresses, it’s important to look at renewable energy trends from the last 12 months to help us get an idea of the future of renewable resources and the sustainable energy sector. In this article, we’ll examine green energy stats from 2020 and the sustainable energy trends that have carried over to 2021 in an effort to inform you, so that you’re […]

How to Make Reducing Carbon Emissions a Priority

Reducing carbon emissions is key to combat climate change. With so many businesses and individuals interested in how to solve climate change we wanted to take some time to explain how you can make an impact.  In this article, we’ll cover all the basics of what carbon dioxide emissions from buildings are and why reducing greenhouse gas emissions is […]

When is the Cheapest Time to Use Electricity?

Trying to figure out how to find the best electricity rates and the cheapest electric company? Learning the cheapest time to use electricity is a great place to start! In this article, we’ll fill you in on the cheap electricity times and how to get cheap electricity prices.  At Aggressive Energy, we’re committed to finding the best electricity deals for our […]

Fixed or Variable: Which is The Best Electricity Rate?

Which is the best electricity rate: Fixed or variable? In this article, we’ll define what’s a variable rate and what’s a fixed rate in terms of your energy cost. We will also examine the difference between variable and fixed rates. By listing the advantages and disadvantages of variable vs fixed rates, we hope to give you the information […]

Why Solar Power For Business Is Worth The Investment

Is solar power worth it? As the green energy for business movement continues to grow, business owners and operators around the country are asking themselves: Is it a good idea to install solar panels? You may even be asking, “What is solar power, and how does solar power work?”  In this article, we’ll provide information on the basics […]

Building Energy Management Systems: A Definitive Guide

The primary purpose of a building energy management system is to help building owners manage and optimize their energy usage. The building energy monitoring system uses a system made up of software and hardware tools to help eliminate unnecessary costs and risks. These energy management systems focus on running larger appliances like heat ventilation and air-conditioning […]

Local Law 84: The NYC Building Owners Guide

Local Law 84 might seem like an inconvenience to building owners. However, Local Law 84 compliance isn’t as tough as it seems! To help you, we’ve put together a complete guide to NYC benchmarking and all the LL84 facts you need to know. What is Local Law 84? Passed in 2009, Local Law 84 is legislation from […]

Benefits of Using Clean Energy Sources

Benefits of Using Clean Energy Sources Around the world, clean energy is on the rise. More and more Americans are switching to green sources of electricity and consider doing so a priority. While you’ve probably heard of the movement towards renewable energy, you may be surprised to learn all the different environmental and economic benefits of […]

Benefits of Electric Water Heaters Vs Natural Gas Water Heaters

Whether it’s time to replace your water heater or install one for the first time, it’s important to understand the difference between natural gas and electricity so you know which energy source to use when powering your appliance. You may already have a preference for using a tank or tankless water heater, but you’ll still need […]

Energy Conservation Tips to Reduce Business Expenses

Energy Conservation Tips to Reduce Office Expenses In this article we are going to break down the top energy conservation techniques for your business. We all know running an office is expensive, and one of the largest costs involved is also the most unpredictable: The monthly energy bill. The average cost of utilities for office […]

Complete Guide to New York City’s Local Law 97

Local Law 97 will have a large impact on building owners throughout New York City. In fact buildings are one of the top contributors of carbon emissions, and NYC’s residential and commercial buildings contribute roughly 70% of total CO2 emissions. As a result, when NYC Council was considering a climate change mitigation strategy, reducing emissions of […]