EnergyFIT Philly Gentrification Without Displacement

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EnergyFIT Philly Gentrification Without Displacement

Low income weatherization providers nationally face a dilemma. Too often, the highest-use households do not qualify for existing programs, because their homes need extensive repairs that must be done before the roof can be insulated ...

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Prepurchase Meter Rivals Weatherization for Low-Income Assistance

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March 01, 1996

Beginning in 1993, the Salt River Project (SRP), a public utility in Arizona, tested two new strategies to help low-income customers decrease their energy usage. [continue reading]

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Collaborative Makes Efficiency Programs Efficient

Author: Greg Dalhoff
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January 01, 1996

For the past three years, state and utility low-income programs promoting energy efficiency in Iowa have collaborated, extending their reach and saving themselves and their customers money. [continue reading]

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Retrofits We'd Rather Forget

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January 01, 1996

An energy service company in New York installed light sensitive thermostats in a complex where the residents covered windows with heavy curtains to curtail air leakage. [continue reading]

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Air Sealing in Low-Rise Buildings

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September 01, 1995

Multifamily buildings vary widely. They range from houses divided into three apartments to 500-unit high rises. So a weatherization project must be tailored to fit the personality of the building. [continue reading]

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Energy Education: A Kilowatt Is a Terrible Thing to Waste

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September 01, 1995

Several years ago, Syracuse Energy Service Company installed automatic, 8deg. set-back thermostats with small dials in a seniors complex. It became apparent that some outreach was needed when several people from the complex disembarked from a rented bus and stormed the office in protest. [continue reading]

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Using Fuel Bills for a Targeted Investment

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September 01, 1995

Since most apartment dwellers are renters, the first goal is to sort out who pays the bills for what fuels. [continue reading]

HPC Working For You: Climate Change & Carbon Reduction

Deborah E. Miller

HPC Working For You: Climate Change & Carbon Reduction

HPC develops new approaches to federal, state and local policies that promote growth in the residential energy efficiency sector through ...

New Report Shows Big Jump in Net-Zero Energy Homes

Shilpa Sankaran

New Report Shows Big Jump in Net-Zero Energy Homes

Net-zero energy homes seem to be growing their way out of a purely niche market. The number of zero energy ...

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