Tiny House, Tiny Energy? Part 1

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Tiny House, Tiny Energy? Part 1

This is part 1 of a two-part series on Tiny Houses. For those who are seeking to reduce their carbon footprint by living in a super energy-efficient house, the choices have been limited to a small ...

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Alliance Says State Building Codes Don't Make the Grade

Author: Cyril Penn
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May 01, 1995

At least half of all states have out-of-date residential building codes that force residents to waste millions of dollars a year on high energy bills, the Alliance to Save Energy found in a recent national survey. [continue reading]

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Life in the Independent Testing Lab

Author: Jim Clark
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March 01, 1994

As manufacturers race to bring new energy saving products to the market, the demand for accurate, non-biased reports of product performance is growing rapidly. [continue reading]

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HUD Meets the Deadline

Author: Cyril Penn
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January 01, 1994

Faced with an ultimatum from Congress, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Renewal (HUD) issued stricter thermal performance standards for new mobile homes, beating Congress' end-of-October deadline with only one day to spare. [continue reading]

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Rethinking Radon Standards

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November 01, 1993

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is developing a model radon control standard for residential construction, with adoption of the standard expected sometime this winter. [continue reading]

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Checking Out HUD's Proposed Mobile Home Performance Standards

Author: Ron Judkoff
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November 01, 1993

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has proposed new standards aimed at reducing heat loss in new manufactured homes and was expected to issue a final set of standards in late October. [continue reading]

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LOOKING AHEAD Raising Standards and Savings New Group Hunts Bad Ducts

Author: Jim Obst
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September 01, 1993

Does 40 billion kWh sound like a lot of energy? How about 4 billion therms? Researchers believe that's how much electrical and gas energy this country could save by fixing inefficient ducts using current techniques. [continue reading]

NREL Research Finds That 22% of New Homes Completed in the U.S. in 2016 Were HERS Rated

Valerie Briggs

NREL Research Finds That 22% of New Homes Completed in the U.S. in 2016 Were HERS Rated

TheNational Renewable Energy Research Laboratory (NREL)has been researching the penetration of theHERS Index Scorein the U....

 LIHEAP In Action: A LIHEAP Employee Story

Cheryl Hiltzik

LIHEAP In Action: A LIHEAP Employee Story

The stories of positive impact on the lives of people who receive assistance from LIHEAP is only one part of ...

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