18 Dec 2018


Exciting News: DC Council Just Passed the Clean Energy DC Omnibus Act of 2018

In news to wrap this year up right, the Council of the District of Columbia passed the Clean Energy Omnibus Act of 2018. The act calls for insuring that by 2032, 100% of the District’s power should come from renewable sources. It’s a dramatic step forward, and one that will make DC a model city […]

28 Nov 2018

The Set List:

The Set List: November 28-December 11

Every day is a great day to catch a band or musical group you love. From jazz to pop to classical, we hope you find something in this list that captivates you. I recently caught Santa Cruz, California-based punk band Good Riddance at Rock and Roll Hotel. Their set was tight: Watching them was rowdy, […]

27 Sep 2011

greenHILLhome: Hill Energy House

Saving energy means saving money, plain and simple.  It also means less pollution where the energy is generated and in most cases less fossil fuels being depleted to create the energy.  But besides costly upgrades like photovoltaic solar panels and the most basic strategies like changing light bulbs, how can we as homeowners make strides […]

21 Sep 2011

greenHILLhome: Time to Weatherize

The sudden cooler weather this past weekend was a welcome respite to the heat of the summer, but it was also a reminder that colder temperatures are on the horizon. With the cold comes higher heating bills.  Between air conditioning season and heating season is a great time to air out your house and weatherize […]

12 Jan 2011

greenHILLhome: Funding for Solar in DC Gets Cloudy

Several months ago I wrote about the basics of solar energy on the Hill, the options for funding and the benefits of the Capitol Hill Energy Co-op.  In 2010, more than 40 Co-op members completed installations on their Hill homes and another 20 signed contracts for installations in 2011.  Fifteen other co-ops were formed in […]

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