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WSU Soliciting Input on Round Robins for New and Existing Homes

Posted by Michael Lubliner on August 28, 2013
WSU Soliciting Input on Round Robins for New and Existing Homes
The results of a WSU study looking at market-based residential energy audits were published in the July/August 2013 issue of Home Energy.
In 2010, Washington State University (WSU) conducted a survey to look at market-based residential energy audits as part of a grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The results of that survey were published in the July/August 2013 issue of Home Energy magazine in an article titled “Past, Present, Future: Directions in Single-Family Energy Auditing and Retrofits.” The report on which the article is based provides a wealth of information related to existing home energy efficiency retrofits and can be downloaded here.  
 
We would like to get your feedback as part of a needs assessment regarding the use of round robins as a potential QA tool to support education and training efforts of home performance industry organizations such as RESNET, ACCA, and BPI. WSU intends to develop a generic guideline—“How to implement a round robin”—and would like to get your opinion on the usefulness, scope, and specific round robin organizations and standard/manual/guideline areas to prioritize. We want to know:
  • If we develop a generic round robin “how to” guideline will it be utilized by stakeholders?
  • Who may utilize the guideline and for what application and purposes?
  • Are you interested in supporting WSU round robin efforts? If so, let us know!
Please feel free to join conversation by commenting below. If you have questions, please contact Michael Lubliner at lublinerm@energy.wsu.edu and David Hales at halesd@energy.wsu.edu.
       

 

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