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In 1978, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) published Project Retro-Tech to provide all states a manual technique for identifying low-income weatherization measures that would produce the most energy savings per dollar spent. [continue reading]
A new and improved version of the most widely used computer software for analyzing retrofit energy savings from utility billing data is now available. [continue reading]
Using pressure measurements to find and quantify air leakage in houses has been a hot topic over the past two years. Packed sessions at recent conferences are testimony to the intense interest these techniques are generating in the weatherization community. [continue reading]
Weatherization agencies have complained for years about a U.S. Department of Energy requirement that 40% of Low-Income Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) funds be spent on "materials" rather than labor. [continue reading]
The National Energy Audit, Recipe for a "DOE-Approved" Computer Energy Audit [continue reading]
A new Scarborough Report has found that 56% of homeowners who invest money in home improvements spend over $1,000. The question is, ...
The International Window Film Association (IWFA) said California residents can save the equivalent of four million barrels of oil yearly, ...