Energy Videos

Written by Courtney Salinas
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There is so much useful information available to us today at very low risk and low cost. One of the most useful forms of dispersing information is through video. Videos and DVDs allow us to see and hear the information we're looking for. Videos have become a very cheap medium. VCR tapes usually range from $10 to $15 and DVDs usually range from $10 to $20.

When looking for information on increasing your energy efficiency and ways to make your home more energy efficient, energy videos can present you with a wealth of information. A good energy video should have lots of facts and figures to help you with your energy needs. Avoid vague facts, but also be wary of overly technical information. Listening to information that is over your head won't help you with your energy efficiency issues.

Energy Efficiency Expert Videos

Energy videos are usually produced by an industry expert, someone with a great deal of education and experience in energy efficiency. Be sure to check up on video experts. Check their education and work experience as well as their values and views on energy. Most of this information can be found with the description of the energy video, but perform a quick private investigation before purchasing anything.

Government Agency Produced Videos

A video produced by a government agency can be very informative. These agencies have many experts at their disposal and usually have access to the latest technologies available. Beware of propaganda or rhetoric, though. Some governmental videos may be produced solely to promote the agency's agenda.


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