Vaha Sustainable Energy Uses Social Media to Educate and Inspire Change

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The solar installation and energy efficiency consulting company enters the social media with their blog that also ties into Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to keep consumers up-to-date on energy issues, financial incentives and latest technological developments.

With a growing number of home and business owners looking to energy efficiency and green measures to soften financial impacts of the recession, there is a greater need for awareness and education of these products and services. A variety of manufacturers and service providers claim their products save on energy costs and lessen the adverse impacts on the environment, but many end users do not feel educated enough to make the right decisions for their financial bottom line.

Vaha Sustainable Energy (Vaha) is tackling the consumer education issue by taking to social media outlets to reach a broad audience interested in energy optimization of their buildings. “Social media, an outlet for public to share and obtain valuable information, proved to be a great tool to reach and inform people in real time. Vaha aims to fully use this platform to inform and inspire consumers about energy efficiency, renewable energy and eco-friendly building practices.” says Annie Chiang, a Sustainability Consultant at Vaha Sustainable Energy.

Education has always been a significant part of the Vaha’s services to its clients, since the company believes that knowledge brings change and improvement. Now they aim to take their public education to the next level by blogging about topics that directly impact consumers’ environmental and financial goals through energy efficient and eco-friendly building best practices. Vaha’s blog entries and tweets include topics about global and national energy news, sustainable building practices, and green industry terms. The blog is written by the industry experts, whose diverse backgrounds range from the solar industry, LEED certification, food industry, to architecture and commercial real estate. The company will also ask their clients to be contributing writes, since, as the end-users, they can objectively share their experiences and how the changes that they have adapted impact their bottom line.

From the small business owner to the large corporation, Vaha’s goal is to make energy optimization realistic and accessible for everyone.

To keep up with upcoming energy news and Vaha’s products and services, visit their blog at: or follow them on, and Linkedin: Keyword: Vaha Sustainable Energy.


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