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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 ...

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CONSERVATION CLIPS: November/December 1995

November 01, 1995

DOE Withdraws Tighter Water Heater Standard, A Window as Thick as a Wall, Twin-Coated Glazings, Good News and Bad for Efficient Washers, NCAT Launches Clearinghouse for Multifamily Administrators, DOE Pushes Setback T-stats, A More Efficient Fridge, Arizona a Holdout for CFCs [continue reading]


CONSERVATION CLIPS: September/October 1995

September 01, 1995

Insulation for Concrete Blocks, More Energy Star Products, Publicity for EEMs, RESNET Seeks to Develop HERS Nationwide, CFLs Get Dimmer, CO Detectors Not Created Equal, Occupants Need Less Fresh Air? [continue reading]



July 01, 1995

What This Country Needs Is an Efficient Small Refrigerator, Steel-Framing Do's and Duds, No-Itch Insulation, A CFL for All Seasons [continue reading]



May 01, 1995

Education Savings Persist, Washer Manufacturers Get Horizontal, A Washer That Dries, Increasing Dishwasher IQ, PV Water Heater, Is Your Furnace Running?, IRS Ruling on DSM Inconclusive, Legionella in Water Heaters, Disaster-Proof Homes, Hookup Fee for Energy-Guzzling Homes, Hybrid Ballast Extends CFL Life, Energy Software for Architects, Fountain of Youth for Water Heaters [continue reading]


CONSERVATION CLIPS: January/February 1995

Author: Cyril Penn
January 01, 1995

A "Dimmable" Fluorescent Light?, DOE Unveils "Revolutionary" Lighting System, Energy Labels for Doors, Minnesota's New Energy Code, Yellow Stickers in Hot Water?, Getting NEATer, Programmable Systems Spread, Advances in Straw-Bale Construction, Some Ground-Source Heat Pumps Don't Deliver, Is Duct-Cleaning Worth It?, California's Graywater Standards [continue reading]


CONSERVATION CLIPS: November/December 1994

Author: Jeanne Byrne
November 01, 1994

ASTM Addresses Loose-Fill Settling, Build Tight and Ventilate Right, Fuel Switching in Wisconsin, Energy Labels for Doors, Edison Provides Off-Grid PV Service, Building Codes Assistance Project [continue reading]

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