The Relevance of Thomas Edison and Cogeneration in the New Millennia

In the wake of extreme weather conditions and accompanying devastation of our built environment, our society has begun taking another look at the way we generate and distribute electricity. It’s a fact that replacing the existing power grid would be an impossible task. However, creating a means to supplement the grid by relieving stress on…

The Profound Effect of Microgrids

Major upgrades to our aging infrastructure are something of a pipe dream in today’s market. In our society technologies come and go. Computers and digital technologies age out in less than two years. Nuclear power plants are close to reaching the end of their life cycle. All of which bring us to an interesting cross…

Cogeneration growth in New York City | Trystate Mechanical Inc

Energy conservation arguably is the most important aspect to environmental preservation from the perspective of electrical generation. Electricity generation attributes to nearly half of carbon emissions in the US. The process produces more pollution than any other industry in the country. This issue has been getting more attention as of late, and with the mention…

The Spectrum of Corporate Responsibility by Ryan Rex

Cooling India – Annual 2015 – Featured Article Page 90 Corporate responsibility is an important factor to recognize when thinking about sustainability and the amount of money that goes into large-scale energy reduction projects. Companies, both large and small, sink barrels of money into projects for a single purpose: to live better. Although the media…

The BMW i3

I was given a BMW i3 to film for an extended test drive. Being an electric car enthusiast, I decided to make it both a family video and promotional video to show my appreciation. It’s a great car for anyone who is in the market. The song, “I’m Going Home” is original music by Krista…

Tree Hugger’s Anonymous

Tree hugger. What is a tree hugger? Who are they and what do they do exactly? Let’s examine the term. By definition, the Urban Dictionary defines a tree hugger as “an environmentalist or one who believes trees and all living things should not be cut down or harmed. Someone who works to protect the environment…

The Lake House

This is the home of my friend Jonathan David Lake. He’s a cancer survivor who found solace in going green and building himself a sustainable home, and he did it ten years before going green was even a thing. Jon and I are looking forward to collaborating on future projects to bring his story, and…

Stimmel Design on Caesarstone Countertops

This is a testimonial we recently filmed based on the uses for Caesarstone countertops by world renowned kitchen and bathroom designer Dave Stimmel of Stimmel Design.

Is Going Paperless a Digital Magic Bullet?

It is said that each person in the US uses about 749 pounds of paper annually, which equals nearly 4 billion trees being cut down. Compound that number globally, and we have a problem. The US consumes 30% of the world’s paper supply, and wasted paper accounts for close to half our trash. (1) Those…