Category | Energy Education

Answers To Your Trickiest Recycling Questions

Posted on 14 March 2016

Polystyrene recycling centers are still fairly rare, meaning recycling polystyrene foam could be far easier, if the resources were used to create recycling centers that were available to everyone.

Foam Bans Don’t Work. Choose Recycling Instead.

Posted on 23 October 2015

When these bans come to fruition in various cities, like a potential South Carolina foam ban, these business owners have no choice but to purchase more expensive products and then pass those increased costs onto the consumers.

Successful Methods of Oil Drilling & Exploration

Posted on 03 November 2014

A company that is currently using these new drilling technologies is Cunningham Energy from West Virginia. The company was formed to acquire, explore, and produce oil and gas in several prime drilling locations in the United States.

CVTC Breaks Ground on Energy Education Center

Posted on 23 September 2014

The 46,000 square-foot Energy Education Center is an expansion and renovation project that includes classrooms and labs that will improve and increase program offerings at CVTC and provide training opportunities for workers in existing and evolving energy industries.

The Benefits of Reworking Previously Proven Oil Wells

Posted on 26 August 2014

For example, Cunningham Energy builds its expertise and success in oil exploration on re-entering and reworking previously proven oil wells. In doing so, the company not only expands its experience in oil exploration, but also enhances its success in new and unexplored wells.

Cenergistic Receives Excellence Award

Posted on 03 April 2013

Since 2000, Cenergistic has aided over 4,500 buildings in earning Energy Star certification.

Energy Saving Solutions this Winter

Posted on 30 November 2012

Companies like Energy Education Inc. can help you evaluate your energy usage and take control of your energy costs.

Energy Tips for Schools

Posted on 12 July 2012

Energy Education is based in Dallas, Texas and specializes in helping school operate more efficiently.  Experts in working with school that need no-to-low cost solutions, such as, behavioral changes (e.g. turning off the lights and closing the doors).  Schools work with Energy Education to develop strategies for community education issues and to inspire personal responsibility in energy savings.

“Without our partnership with EEI, we wouldn’t be where we are in terms of conservation and community responsibility,” said Barbara Ossowki, high school science teacher.

South Carolina Attends Farnborough Air Show

Posted on 05 July 2012

Delegates from the state of South Carolina will be attending the 2012 Farnborough Air Show from July 9-15. South Carolina has a longstanding involvement in aviation and aerospace, with over 100 related companies rooted in the state.

Industry leaders in aviation including Boeing, GE, Northrop-Grumman and Lockheed-Martin have ties to South Carolina and appreciate the state for offering:

A Traffic Jam or A Parking Lot?

Posted on 29 February 2012

The future of energy is one of the most talked about subjects. Whether you are learning about energy usage in school, working in politics, or a member of the community worried about rising energy costs.

Energy Education tweeted, “You don’t have to believe in climate change to solve it,” says Lovins. “Everything we do to raise energy efficiency will make money, improve security and health, and stabilize climate.” “will make money, improve security & health & stabilize climate” – Amory Lovins.

Some people are still not convinced that global warming exists, which you don’t necessarily need to believe in global warmer to conserve energy.