Danger in the Shower: 2008 Forum Looks at Hot Water
On average, water heating accounts for 15% of residential energy consumption. In the past few years, there has been an explosion of interest in meeting domestic hot water needs more efficiently. New hot-water-generating technologies, structured plumbing ...
We've come a long way in making hot water more efficiently. The next place to cut waste is in the distribution systems. [continue reading]
Energy use for domestic hot water (DHW) is the second largest component of a multifamily building's energy budget; it is surpassed only by heating in cold and mixed climates. [continue reading]
Many plumbing and heating designers have considered the tankless coil heating system to be the least efficient method of heating domestic hot water (DHW) in a multifamily building. [continue reading]
The technology to increase energy savings and improve the performance of domestic hot water (DHW) heating systems has been around for years. The problem is that few people know what's out there and even fewer are getting to use it. [continue reading]
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is conducting a research study on new homes in California. We invite you to participate in ...
Clean energy is no longer a niche industry—its presence continues to expand nationwide, with the most recent impacts ...