BIOS Energy Systems reduces the rate you pay for electricity and we reduce your demand by auditing your buildings performance, then we educate you about the most cost effective heating and cooling systems available. We currently serve Connecticut, and will be expanding our product line and service area in the near future. You will find information on other services through out the site. Our content will expand quickly so come back often. BIOS Energy Systems is an independent affiliate representing numerous companies to provide you with the best service, quality and selection.
SCHEDULE YOUR CT ENERGY AUDIT: My best advice is to start with an energy audit, to schedule on simply send an email to info@CTenergyAudit.info Please include your name, phone# and address, utility account # is helpful..
“Helping people do well by doing good.”
We are a Connecticut based, social, mission driven organization dedicated to promoting all that is green, healthy, holistic, organic, sustainable and energy efficient. Our goal is to accomplish missions that are environmentally, socially and financially beneficial. Rather than maximizing shareholder profits, the main aim of BIOS is to generate profit to further our social and or environmental goals. This provides consistent returns and increased brand loyalty by building deep bonds of trust
and respect from customers, employees, investors and suppliers. The profit from BIOS will be used to support social programs such as affordable housing, organic farming, alternative energy, education and research. Our first priority is refinancing our Green Living Expo, The BIOS Center
In physics, energy is an indirectly observed quantity which comes in many forms, such as kinetic energy, potential energy, radiant energy, and many others; which are listed in this summary article. This is a major topic in science and technology and this article gives an overview of its major aspects, and provides links to the many specific articles about energy in its different forms and contexts.
The question “what is energy?” is difficult to answer in a simple, intuitive way, although energy can be rigorously defined in theoretical physics. In the words of Richard Feynman, “It is important to realize that in physics today, we have no knowledge what energy is. We do not have a picture that energy comes in little blobs of a definite amount.”.
However, it is clear that energy is always an indispensable prerequisite for performing mechanical work, and the concept has great importance in natural science. The natural basic units in which energy is measured are those used for mechanical work; they always are equivalent to a unit of force multiplied by a unit of length. Other equivalent units for energy are mass units multiplied by velocity units squared.