Letters: July/August 2015
Revisiting “Revisiting Electrification” Last issue’s editorial, “Revisiting Electrification” (May/June ’15, p. 2), received quite a bit of feedback on Home Energy Pros. We love a good discussion, so we ...
Cheap Electricity III, A Proper Foundation?, Clarifications [continue reading]
More Waterbed Data, Waterbeds Unplugged, Fireplace Questions, Where to Find Efficient Wood Fireplaces? [continue reading]
Consumers Union's Test Methods, The GreenPlug Predicament, The Takeback Controversy, More on CO Poisoning [continue reading]
Of Energy Purists and Pragmatists, Sun Frost Refrigerator Test Conditions, Refrigerator Myths, Leveraging the Landlords, Cellulose Insulation Density, Solar Savings?, Capturing Conservation in Iowa, Software "Solutions"? [continue reading]
Putting Education and Technology Together, Water-Heater Temperature Settings [continue reading]
Cellulose-blown fiber insulation is now being manufactured in a different, more-efficient manner. Most large manufacturers are employing a new method called "fiberization." [continue reading]
Space conditioning is the biggest piece of the residential energy pie, and thermal shell improvement is a homeowner's best opportunity ...
Energy supplies and efficiency in new home construction took an interesting turn when researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) ...