Solar Thermal Advantage Campaign

A campaign to reduce carbon emissions and enjoy nicer spaces in our home and buildings.

September 2016

Eneref Market Report

Examination of the use of R-32 refrigerant in window air conditioners. Read Report

September 2014

Southwest Gas Utility

Worked with Southwest Gas Utility company to encourage the use of solar thermal heating in Nevada. Read Report

January 2014

Report to US Department of Defense

Worked with the Pentagon to encourage the use of solar thermal heating systems on military facilities, worldwide.

June 2014

Eneref Advocacy Report

Installation of solar hot water yields a southwest gas rebate. Read Report

March 2014

Eneref Advocacy Report

Group residence puts in solar hot water using southwest gas rebate. Read Report
December 2013

Eneref Advocacy Report

Solar heating cuts manufacturing costs at Milwaukee brewery. Read Report

November 2013

Eneref Advocacy Report

Showers heated by sunlight at an Indiana correctional facility. Read Report

October 2013

Eneref Advocacy Reports

Radiant floor heating from solar thermal in modular built home. Read Report

May 2013

Eneref Advocacy Reports

Innovative hydronics saves heating energy at Houston Doubletree. Read Report

March 2013

Eneref Published 2013 Solar Thermal Report

Properly managed, energy management across the African continent could enjoy an advantage over its more developed neighbors; its new found economic growth parallels the availability of affordable, renewable energy technologies, offering the land the unique ability to leapfrog fossil fuels. Read Report

March 2012

Eneref Advocacy Report

Solar heating pays the hot water costs for Ashville pizzeria. Read Report 

March 2011

Eneref Published 2011 Solar Thermal Report

Several new state-level solar thermal incentive programs – and especially California Solar Initiative (CSI) – will influence the solar hot water industry in 2011, nearly as much as natural gas rates. Read Report

March 2010

Eneref Published 2010 Solar Thermal Report

The global financial crash that began in fall 2008 has slowed the growth of the solar thermal industry in the U.S., but not its optimism. Read Report

March 2009

Eneref Published 2009 Solar Thermal Report

In 2008, the U.S. solar thermal industry was gearing up for explosive growth, projecting over 24,000 additional manufacturing and installation jobs within six years for water heating alone. Read Report