Transportation Energy Savings
The next frontier of home energy savings is in the garage.
It’s a paradox in residential construction: Developers clear a wooded lot to create housing, and one of the first things the new owners do is buy small trees to plant on the property. ... [continue reading]
Building codes have really motivated builders to increase the energy efficiency of new homes in recent years. But as quickly as the codes are changing, new products are coming to the market even faster. Sometimes ... [continue reading]
The average home in the United States makes at least 2,000 annual demands for hot water. And that’s very conservative. A more-likely demand value exceeds 4,000. Couple those demands with an average wait time for ... [continue reading]
Clean Energy Works Oregon (CEWO) is the largest nonprofit home performance provider in Oregon, according to Derek Smith, CEO of CEWO. Home Energy Publisher Tom White spoke with Derek about his work in the Pacific ... [continue reading]
Danielle Sass Byrnett “One-Stop Shop” This month’s article about DOE’s Better Buildings Residential Program Solution Center proved challenging to write for Danielle Sass Byrnett. “Capturing the essence of ... [continue reading]
This past February I received the following e-mail: Hi, Guys, We've had trouble with water spots on the ceiling since late last fall, and our builder tells us it's the result of melting snow—... [continue reading]
PECO & CLEAResult to Host the 2018 HPC National Home Performance Conference & Trade Show in Philadelphia
March 21, 2018 – Philadelphia, PA – Today we are proud to announce that PECO and CLEAResult will host the 2018 HPC National ...
Want to help advance our industry, without spending time on policy advocacy? Here are two simple, easy ways to amplify ...