Postretrofit News and Analysis

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Postretrofit News and Analysis

Our house was built in 1951, but Michele and I have been living there since 2007. I’ve met the two previous owners. One was careful about keeping the house comfortable and efficient—the other ...

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The Little House That Could

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November 01, 2006

A new Habitat for Humanity-built home is a net producer of energy, having met and exceeded its zero-energy goal. [continue reading]

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Market Changes

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September 11, 2006

Energy Star homes in Phoenix save energy, but there is still room for improvement. [continue reading]

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Twelve Reasons Why the Green Home Market Is Ready to Surge

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July 01, 2006

        If you need convincing about the marketability of green building, author Jerry Yudelson offers up a dozen reasons why green is the way to go.      &... [continue reading]

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Passive Survivability: Designing for Tomorrow's Disasters

Author: Alex Wilson
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June 08, 2006

Given likely future events, homes should be designed to maintain livable conditions even when power supplies are interrupted. [continue reading]

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Midconstruction LaHouse Meets Katrina and Rita

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June 08, 2006

LaHouse became an ironically timely and greatly needed exhibition of hazard-resistant, energy-efficient homebuilding systems. [continue reading]

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Progress in Florida

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June 08, 2006

        Progress Energy Florida is committed to finding cleaner and more efficient ways to generate electricity. That commitment extends to the exploration of alternative energies in research projects such as ... [continue reading]

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Tax Credits, Anyone?

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May 01, 2006

        In 2005, Congress passed, and the president signed into law, the 2005 Energy Policy Act (EPAct). One provision of this act is a $2,000 per home business tax credit for builders who ... [continue reading]

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Green Building on a Tight Budget

Author: Elka Karl
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January 01, 2006

An innovative program in Austin, Texas, uses common sense ideas to build affordable green houses while providing job skills for disadvantaged youth. [continue reading]

DOE's Race to Zero 2017  Registration is Open!

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DOE's Race to Zero 2017 Registration is Open!

The next U.S. Department of Energy Race to Zero Student Design Competition (Race to Zero) will be held April 22...

CLEAResult and NREL JUMP Into Residential Energy Efficiency

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CLEAResult and NREL JUMP Into Residential Energy Efficiency

Crowdsourcing. It’s a great way to gather input and enlist the minds of many to do good. With ...

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