Better Measurements, Better Models: Advances in Measuring and Predicting Thermal Performance

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Better Measurements, Better Models: Advances in Measuring and Predicting Thermal Performance

As 2-D and 3-D modeling to predict building performance becomes more widespread, we need to consider what data are feeding those models. At this point, modeling software has become quite sophisticated, and many users don&...

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Dazzling Color Hoses--More Than a Fashion Statement

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July 01, 1995

Stop living in the confusing, one-dimensional realm of monocolor pressure hoses. [continue reading]

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Advancing the Art of PRISM Analysis

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July 01, 1995

Since the original version of PRISMÃ(PRInceton Scorekeeping Method, developed and copyrighted by Princeton University) was released in 1986, it has been used by utilities, private companies, government agencies, and universities to estimate energy savings from conservation programs. [continue reading]

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Measuring the Performance of the National Energy Audit

Author: Terry Sharp
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May 01, 1995

In 1978, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) published Project Retro-Tech to provide all states a manual technique for identifying low-income weatherization measures that would produce the most energy savings per dollar spent. [continue reading]

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PRISM Does Windows

Author: Ted Rieger
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March 01, 1995

A new and improved version of the most widely used computer software for analyzing retrofit energy savings from utility billing data is now available. [continue reading]

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User-Friendly Pressure Diagnostics

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September 01, 1994

Using pressure measurements to find and quantify air leakage in houses has been a hot topic over the past two years. Packed sessions at recent conferences are testimony to the intense interest these techniques are generating in the weatherization community. [continue reading]

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Computerized Energy Audits

Author: Cyril Penn
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May 01, 1994

Weatherization agencies have complained for years about a U.S. Department of Energy requirement that 40% of Low-Income Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) funds be spent on "materials" rather than labor. [continue reading]

Data Standards, Energy Efficiency and the Digital Data Economy

Greg Thomas

Data Standards, Energy Efficiency and the Digital Data Economy

Digital data is so big that politicians are starting to talk about the need to break up the companies that ...

Soffit & Energy Efficiency: Everything You Need To Know

Mandy Lee

Soffit & Energy Efficiency: Everything You Need To Know

Are you aware that a crucial part of your roof, the soffits, are vital to establishing energy efficiency throughout your ...

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