New and Notable: May/June 2013
Northwest Residential Energy Study Reveals Home Energy Usage Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA), a nonprofit organization working to make area homes more energy efficient, has published the first two in a series of reports that ...
Toilets and Energy Consumption, The "Best" Products for Saving Energy and Money, Plastic Fiber Batts, Thermal Energy Storage, Incredible Shrinking Fluorescents, Permanent Light Socket Conversion, EPRI's Heat-Pump Water Heater [continue reading]
Concrete Made from Waste, Nails and R-Value, European Appliances, Vacuums and Allergens [continue reading]
Air Handlers and Carpet Discoloration, The Inefficiency of Ventilation Systems, Showerheads Wash Out, Self-Healing Concrete, Weatherization and Education, Microwave Clothes Dryer [continue reading]
Puget Power's Conservation Reductions, Electric Water Penalties in Californi, Ozone and Indoor Pollutants, Indoor Air Quality Sensor, Exhaust Appliances and Backdrafting, Heat Recovery Not Cost-Effective [continue reading]
Carpet Culprits in Question, R-2000 Houses and Indoor Air Quality, Miniblinds Minimize Solar Gain, Utility Fuel Switching, Constant Comfort [continue reading]
As energy auditors and raters went about their business of testing homes, performing energy audits and HVAC system inspections, they ...
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s national Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program (HPwES) released the draft&...