In Gratitude to Bill Miller
Bill Miller was our interim Executive Director (ED) during the merger of Home Energy Magazine and Efficiency First with the Home Performance Coalition, later to become the Building Performance Association. During the approximately two-year transition, ...
LETTERS: July/August 1997
Sealing and Wet-Spray Insulation, The Last Straw, Heat Pumps and Temperature Controls [continue reading]
LETTERS: May/June 1997
Wet-Spray Cellulose Quandary, Making Sense of Heat Ratios [continue reading]
LETTERS: March/April 1997
Heat Pump Comparison Flawed?, Give Heat Pumps Their Day in the Sun, Zebra Moisture Mystery, Reflections on White Roofs, Insulating Floor Trusses, Ceilings and Roofs: Reprise, Pilot Lights Use More Energy [continue reading]
LETTERS: January/February 1997
Flue Season, Structural Tyvek? Really, It Works!, High Voltage, Long Life, Low Efficiency. [continue reading]
LETTERS: November/December 1996
"Accurate" Is an Eight-Letter Word, Who's Using All the Hot Water?, Fiberglass Ups Its R-Value, Only Soggy Ceilings Sag, Forgotten Films, Progress?, Ventilate Right: Then Build Tight, Built Tight: Now Ventilating Right [continue reading]
LETTERS: September/October 1996
Average Rates Rate a Complaint, Call the COPs-HE Unfair to Heat Pumps!, Anode Quest and Questions [continue reading]
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