On January 10, 2017, Nexus Energy Center’s Executive Director and Program Coordinator, Ruchi Singhal and Emily Johnson, had the opportunity to visit Tennessee Valley Authority’s Wilson Dam in Muscle Shoals,… read more →
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. With sweltering temperatures, we talk a lot about keeping cool and staying hydrated. Thats part of surviving summer in the South. But there are some other important… read more →
Nexus Energy’s Ruchi Singhal discusses ways to save money on electricity in your home on WVTM-NBC 13’s “Daytime Alabama” in Birmingham. Singhal discusses using programmable thermostats and low flow showerheads.
WAAY-31 News interviews Nexus’ Anne-Marie Whatley on the campaign for the TRES (Tiny, Renewable and Environmentally Sustainable) project. The crowd funding effort is to showcase how one can build an energy-efficient home without it being difficult or expensive.
Posted on: 1:16 pm, April 17, 2014, by WHNT News 19
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – There’s a new interactive display at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, and it can teach us all a thing or two about energy.
Nexus Energy Center of Huntsville presented a new four-sided kiosk on Tuesday. The display is designed to get everyone thinking about energy, including here it comes from, how to conserve it and the differences between conventional, renewable and green power.
See this WAAY 31 TV link featured on January 28, 2014. Nexus Energy’s Ruchi Singhal and Charles King talk about how to insulate your home better to save money on your electric bill.
WAAY 31 News: Nexus Energy Center wants to start the conversation about poverty and electricity. The Smart Energy Council will meet March 20th from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m at… read more →