Creating Healthy and Energy-Efficient Housing
What Does the Research Tell Us?
New Department of Energy guidelines encourage state weatherization programs to adopt "advanced diagnostics," including blower doors and infrared thermography. [continue reading]
A small agency in Oregon is enticing landlords to weatherize their properties by making them an offer they can't refuse. [continue reading]
Since 1976, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has operated the Weatherization Assistance Program, the nation's largest energy conservation program (WAP). [continue reading]
As part of its new low-income weatherization program for manufactured housing, the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) is requiring mechanical ventilation in dwellings that receive other standard measures despite the fact that there's no mechanical venting requirement for retrofits of low-income, site-built housing. [continue reading]
While families in southern climates use a considerable amount of energy during the cooling season, conservation programs aimed at reducing air conditioning electricity consumption usually only target homes with central air conditioning, reflecting a general belief that homes with window units can't produce significant savings. [continue reading]
The board of directors of the Home Performance Coalition (HPC) announced today that its search for a chief executive officer ...
If you work with homeowners who live somewhere inland, one of their top considerations when choosing new windows for their ...