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Notes from Asilomar: Biannual Summer Study, Energy In Buildings, American Council for anEnergy Efficient Economy (August 15—20, 2010)
Tuesday Plenary: Is the Climate Right for Efficiency in China?
Notes from Asilomar—the 15th Summer Study of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy:
This week’s WxTV episode includes another On The Road segment. This time, WxTV heads to the Pacific Islands to check in with some of the WAP program's newest members. We'll see why saving energy is crucial even in a tropical paradise.
It started in Santa Clara County, then spread to Marin, and now its everywhere in California; builders, developers, city governments, and environmentalists, all getting along and creating green building standards together. It’s the new PC—Policy Collaboration.
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG), a business development group, got things started in Santa Clara County by meeting with city mayors to discuss a coordinated building policy to replace the patchwork that existed in 2007. ...
Higher Efficiency Requirements for Water Heaters
Bulletin on Developing and Amending Standards
Revised and New Regulations
The Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE) of Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is proposing to amend Canada's Energy Efficiency Regulations (the Regulations) under which dealers in Canada would be required to comply with higher efficiency requirements for gas and oil water heaters and new reporting requirements for electric water heaters. For the first time in Canada, commercial water ...
Free webinar series Starts Monday!
The Montana Weatherization Training Center would like to inform you of this week's new episodes of WxTV, online and ready for viewing.
Malta, NY, July 13, 2010 - The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI), a nationally recognized standards development and contractor credentialing organization is pleased to announce that it received approval today from the American National Standards Institute, Inc. (ANSI) as an accredited developer of American National Standards.
Energy Savvy Cash for Appliances
It’s a huge success. It hasn’t gone anywhere. Actually, it’s a little of both.
The DOE recently released a this 4-minute video about the training offerings of The Weatherization Training Program at Pennsylvania College in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.