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The Cost Of Air Tightening May Go Up by Max Sherman I grew up in an old, leaky house. I’ll bet a lot of Home Energy readers did too. When the wind blew, you could almost feel it inside. No one worried about getting enough ventilation then, though. After all, the Latin root of “ventilation,” ventilare, means to expose to the wind. Houses were said to breathe. Despite the back-to-nature feel ... [continue reading]
Formed in 2005, Partnerships for Home Energy Efficiency (PHEE) is a joint effort by the US Department of Energy, the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development to reduce the energy consumption of the average U.S. home by 10% by 2015. Currently, US residents spend more than $160 billion a year to heat, cool, light and live in their homes. US residences account for approximatley 21% of our country's energy use, and contribute ... [continue reading]
New Resource Bank and SunPower have teamed up in an effort to make residential solar systems more accessible to California homeowners. New Resource Bank, a new commercial bank in San Francisco that finances efficient and sustainable resources within the community, will now provide simple and one-step financing to customers who want to install SunPower residential solar systems. The bank's financing program offers long-term financing over a 25-year loan period that matches SunPower's solar panel warranty. ... [continue reading]
The Tulane School of Architecture and the New Orleans African-American Museum present "Project New Orleans," an exhibit presenting architectural and planning proposals for the post-Katrina rebuilding of New Orleans. The exhibit, featuring more than 3000 visual boards by professional, student and activist designers, opened Saturday, October 28 and will run through December 8, 2006. In addition, the exhibit will be posted as an interactive resource on the Tulane School of Architecture website, and a book presenting the proposed designs ... [continue reading]
Sleepless Media has redesigned our entire site, making it easier to navigate and easier to use. All articles are now available in HTML format and a new search function has been implemented that will help you to find the information you are looking for. We hope you will enjoy the new look of Home Energy online. Come back often for updated Home Energy news. And, if you happen to experience any difficulties with the new ... [continue reading]