When Above Average Is Not Good Enough
Let’s imagine two neighboring families on a residential block—the Joneses and the Smiths. Their homes are of comparable size and age, and both are families of four, living typical middle-class lifestyles. ...
As part of the 2009 federal stimulus bill, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Community Energy Efficiency Program grants have done much to galvanize the growth of energy-saving nonprofits and related organizations in Washington State. [continue reading]
Experiences and lessons learned on one house doctor's journey between countries east and west [continue reading]
Neil Kelly Company shares insights into how its organization is thriving in these challenging times, proving once more that there's light at the end of this economic tunnel. [continue reading]
Maryland joined HPwES as a sponsor in late 2007. For four years the program has faced the challenge that every home performance contractor and utility program manager encounters... [continue reading]
Oakwood Homes, LLC, has been building Energy Star — certified houses since 2002. Through construction of their homes, they have been committed to educating construction managers and trade partners about house-as-a-system building science. Year by year, ... [continue reading]
Much like the race to build a better mousetrap, it often seems like there’s an endless stream of ...
Most of us are aware that marketing greatly impacts the way consumers make decisions and ultimately make purchases or investments. ...