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  • Cool Cities, Elmhurst College co-sponsoring environmental film

    Cool Cities, Elmhurst College co-sponsoring environmental film
    The Elmhurst Cool Cities Coalition and Elmhurst College are co-sponsoring a showing of the environmental issue film "Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret" at 11 a.m. Saturday on the college campus.
  • AFC First Financial Corp. provides funding to home energy program

    Home energy program receives funds AFC First Financial Corporation, an energy efficiency lending and program management company, and SunGen Capital Management, an energy project finance and investment management firm, have completed the first funding...

    Florida ranks No. 1 for 'car-related energy efficiency'

    Florida ranks No. 1 for 'car-related energy efficiency'
    Florida ranks as the most energy efficient state when it comes to energy efficiency of cars, according to a new study from personal finance website WalletHub.com. The study, conducted in light of National Energy Awareness Month, compiled data from the...

    White roofs aren't so cool

    White roofs aren't so cool
    One of the latest trends in home energy efficiency is the white roof, as described in a recent Sun article ("Push urged for more cool roofs in Baltimore," Oct. 15). Indeed, they can be useful in certain climates, but I would urge careful consideration...

    Renewal of federal tax breaks for homeowners facing bumpy road

    Renewal of federal tax breaks for homeowners facing bumpy road
    WASHINGTON — Renewal of important expired federal tax benefits for homeowners took a major step forward recently, but the route to final congressional approval is beginning to look longer — and potentially bumpier — than previously...