Negawatt-Paid by PerformanceI'm from Missouri and I understand and partially live by the states slogan-Show Me. I am so confident that I can save you money on your utility bills. I will base the money I earn from the energy upgrade improvements I install in your home or business in StLouis will be based off of the savings of your future energy bills. Thats right you can pay me 'after-the-fact' on the proven performance for the work I do. If what I say doesn't work or the energy upgrades fail to deliver then you pay nothing for my labor.
How do I know Scotty's suggested Energy Efficient upgrades and Clean Energy Solar Systems will work to save me $Money$ you ask?
To put my actions and energy efficient suggestions to the test I will soon be offering a Paid by Performance option based on the Negawatt reduction in your utility bills.
My Definition of a Negawatt is: the energy that was previously need but is not needed for your building now. Wiki's definition of negawatt is:
Negawatt power is a theoretical unit of power representing an amount of energy (measured in watts) saved.I'm calling for the naysayers and skeptics of energy efficiency and solar to accept my challenge. I can and will save you money and will base this on the negawatts you will not be buying from Ameren UE!
- Because I know that: Adding Insulation and Air Sealing the drafts in your home will save energy.
- Energy Efficient appliances use less energy than older appliances.
- Most of the HVAC systems in our homes do not have adequate air vents which causes them to operate inefficiently and create cold and hot spots in the home.
- In regard to Solar: StLouis receives an average of 4.567 hours of useable sunlight everyday (for my 2 family building 27 solar panels provides the clean energy needed to cut the entire buildings energy bills by 75%)
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