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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: September/October 1994

Author: Jane Byrne
September 01, 1994

Electric Lawn Mowers, Spinning Both Ways, Spinning Both Ways, Utilities Share DSM Resources, Recessed Lighting Fixtures, Stricter Appliance Efficiency Standards?, Gas Ovens and Ranges, Yellow Energy Labels for Homes, Straw-Based Structural Panels [continue reading]

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CONSERVATION CLIPS: July/August 1994

July 01, 1994

Air-Tight Deaths Spark Saskatchewan Probe, Utilities Moving Off the Grid, Home-Scale Hydro, Controlling Moisture in Crawlspaces, Redesigning Fluorescents, Building with Resource Efficiency, The White House "Greening" Plan, Stress Test Panels Prevail [continue reading]

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CONSERVATION CLIPS: May/June 1994

May 01, 1994

Housewraps, Continuous Gas Furnace, New E-E, CFC-Free Compressor, Environmental Appliances, Carpet Labels, Straw-Bale Houses, Fluorescents and UV Light, U.S. Department of Energy dishwasher standards [continue reading]

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CONSERVATION CLIPS: March/April 1994

March 01, 1994

Toilets and Energy Consumption, The "Best" Products for Saving Energy and Money, Plastic Fiber Batts, Thermal Energy Storage, Incredible Shrinking Fluorescents, Permanent Light Socket Conversion, EPRI's Heat-Pump Water Heater [continue reading]

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CONSERVATION CLIPS: January/February 1994

January 01, 1994

Concrete Made from Waste, Nails and R-Value, European Appliances, Vacuums and Allergens [continue reading]

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CONSERVATION CLIPS: November/December 1993

November 01, 1993

Air Handlers and Carpet Discoloration, The Inefficiency of Ventilation Systems, Showerheads Wash Out, Self-Healing Concrete, Weatherization and Education, Microwave Clothes Dryer [continue reading]

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