One of the most intriguing products of CEDIA 2015 is a residential energy management hub from RoseWater Energy Group.
As a custom integrator, you may be on the fence about motorized window coverings.
The Man Cave Cinema: A/V Quality do people care? #hometheater #avtweeps themancavecinema.com/2013/03/av-qua… — The Man Cave Cinema (@ManCaveCinema) March 22, 2013 How many people do you know who are true audiophiles? How many people care about quality, or environmentally-friendly electronics vs simply the best price?
Energy Squad, which presented itself at CEDIA Expo as the industry's first green distributor, has officially named Wayne Ortner as Sales Manager.
At CEDIA Expo, Panamax, of the newly formed Core Brands group, explained their new offerings and updates.
Panamax brought a refresh of the MR line of power management solutions while dropping the price on some units.
Over the past six months, I've been talking about different ways you can expand your business in the current economy. But there is no topic that I am more passionate about than green building. More importantly for your business, the general public is becoming passionate about the topic.
One of the biggest hurdles in selling consumers on energy efficiency is the economy. Many simply don’t have the money—or don’t feel they have the money—to invest in energy-efficient products or technologies, even if they would realize a return on that investment. So what’s the answer? As much as I’d prefer not to admit it, energy efficiency technologies like home energy management just aren’t ready for the mass market. Not quite yet, anyway. Survey after survey, study after study bears this out. Those most interested in energy efficient homes and buying
The case of the energy-hogging set-top boxes and DVRs highlights the challenges of changing existing industry and consumer practices to boost energy efficiency.
The New York Times yesterday ran an in-depth look at the issues surrounding set-top boxes and DVRs, which have become the biggest energy consumer in many homes. The National Resources Defense Council, an environmental advocacy group, published an analysis two weeks ago which found that set-top boxes consume more energy than the TVs they're connected to, and more than EnergyStar refrigerators.