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 ...
The Lumens Are Growing, EEMs Expand Nationwide, Linear Power Supply Gains High Efficiency, Salts in the Attic Insulate, Blower Door Controller Gets Automated [continue reading]
Air Source Heat Pump Immune to Cold, Call for Committee Members, Straw into Walls, Insulating Steel Studs, Fallen Buildings Recycled, Northwest Utilities Subsidize CFLs, U.S. Residential Energy Use Rising, Public Review for Regional Energy Strategy [continue reading]
Building and Mechanical Codes Strengthened, DOE Grant for State Building Codes, From Disaster to Efficiency, BPA Wins Contract Dispute, ICAA Loses Preferred Installers Decision, A Mail-Order House [continue reading]
DOE Withdraws Tighter Water Heater Standard, A Window as Thick as a Wall, Twin-Coated Glazings, Good News and Bad for Efficient Washers, NCAT Launches Clearinghouse for Multifamily Administrators, DOE Pushes Setback T-stats, A More Efficient Fridge, Arizona a Holdout for CFCs [continue reading]
Insulation for Concrete Blocks, More Energy Star Products, Publicity for EEMs, RESNET Seeks to Develop HERS Nationwide, CFLs Get Dimmer, CO Detectors Not Created Equal, Occupants Need Less Fresh Air? [continue reading]
Many people know that there are ways to save on your utility services, however there are plenty of people who ...
The Pumpkin Ridge Passive House is one of six super energy-efficient homes being highlighted this year by Northwest Energy Homes&...