New and Notable: November/December 2013
NYSERDA’s HPwES Program Completes 50,000 Projects The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) recently announced the achievement of a major milestone for its Home Performance with Energy Star (HPwES) program, with ...
Whirlpool Introduces Energy Star Product, Sustainable, Affordable Housing in New Jersey, Proper Crawlspace Details Clash with Building Codes [continue reading]
National HERS Accreditation Standards, Northwest Energy Efficiency On-Line Listing, Utility Deregulation Is Boosting Pollution, More Than a Third of Californians Who Switched Choose Green Power [continue reading]
Residential Appliances Drain Energy, Heroes of Net Metering, Lousy Labels, Washer Rebate Program Revs Up, Oregon Gets Even Greener, Feds Offer Cheap Compact Fluorescents, Survey Says: No Benefit from Deregulation!, Restructuring and DSM-Good News and Bad, Breaking in With Windows [continue reading]
Filling In the Gap, An Efficient Move?, The Spin on Energy Guide Labels, No More Tin Shacks, A Not-So Baffling Study, Certified Window Installers [continue reading]
Certified Window Installations, And Certified Duct Installations, Damp-Spray Fiberglass?, Appliance Standards Go Global, Agriboard Takes Off, Keeping Warm in the North [continue reading]
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