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 ...
NYC Affordable Housing Now More Efficient New York City will soon feel a little cozier, not to mention a little more affordable, thanks to energy efficiency upgrades in approximately 5,000 affordable housing units. The High-Performance Housing ... [continue reading]
Energy Star Hits the Roof, Florida Utilities Ramp Up Energy Efficiency and Renewables, Which Washer Is the Wisest Choice?, Appliance Standard Updates Overdue, WAP Funds Restored, Energy Research Falling Worldwide [continue reading]
Coal-Fired PCs?, Carbon Emissions a Concern, Save Our Trees, The Right Light [continue reading]
Whirlpool Introduces Energy Star Product, Sustainable, Affordable Housing in New Jersey, Proper Crawlspace Details Clash with Building Codes [continue reading]
National HERS Accreditation Standards, Northwest Energy Efficiency On-Line Listing, Utility Deregulation Is Boosting Pollution, More Than a Third of Californians Who Switched Choose Green Power [continue reading]
Residential Appliances Drain Energy, Heroes of Net Metering, Lousy Labels, Washer Rebate Program Revs Up, Oregon Gets Even Greener, Feds Offer Cheap Compact Fluorescents, Survey Says: No Benefit from Deregulation!, Restructuring and DSM-Good News and Bad, Breaking in With Windows [continue reading]
Representatives David McKinley (R-WV) and Peter Welch (D-VT) re-introduced the Home Owners Managing Energy Savings (HOMES) Act, H.R. 2127, yesterday ...
When Steve Mann (of Home Energy Services) asks you to come along for the first blower door testing in a ...