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  • Not only does cool roof coatings help save energy in your building, but they also help reduce global warming and prevent the heat island effect.  Ice/snow reflects a large amount of solar radiation.  The more solar radiation we reflect, the cooler the planet.  We could mimic ice by coating man-made structures white, and even reverse the current warming trend. 

  • Every square meter of our planet receives around 1,366 watts of direct solar radiation.

  • In America, one solar panel system is installed every four minutes, and we are still behind most European countries in Solar production.

  • As of 2012, more than half (i.e. 61%) of the energy that flows through the US economy is ultimately wasted.

  • On average, 30% of the energy used in commercial buildings is wasted, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

  • Heat is energy lost (unless your goal was to heat something).  Only 10 Watts of a 100 Watt bulb is converted to light.  90% of the energy is lost in the form of heat.

  • Every year, more than $13 billion worth of energy leaks from houses through small holes and cracks. 

  • A crack as small as 1/16th of an inch around a window frame can let out as much cold air as leaving the window open three inches!

  • Well-planned landscaping isn’t just for aesthetics -- properly placed trees around the house can save between $100 and $250 annually.

  • Leaving a computer on all day can cost about 21 cents per day, or about $75 per year. 

  • Programmable thermostats can save up to $150 a year on energy costs when used properly.

  • An energy vampire is a electric device that consumes energy in standby mode or when off, but plugged in.  Energy vampires are typically about 5% of your home's energy use.  The more computers, personal devices, entertainment systems, etc you have, the higher this number may be.

  • The clock on your microwave might use more energy than heating your food in the same microwave, on a daily basis.