A/C in the Southeast, Part 2: The Best Way to Cool Homes in Humid Climates?

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A/C in the Southeast, Part 2: The Best Way to Cool Homes in Humid Climates?

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A mountain of data leads to an unusual conclusion - sometimes bigger is not so bad. [continue reading]

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During the heating and cooling seasons of 2002–2003, the Canadian Centre for Housing Technology (CCHT) ran a series of trials to determine actual energy savings from thermostat setback and setforward. [continue reading]

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Anyone interested in the latest earth-friendly heating, cooling, appliance, and other home energy technologies should check out the Solar Decathlon, a biennial event sponsored by DOE that invites teams from colleges and universities around the ... [continue reading]

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Developing Affordable Smart Thermostats

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The state of California has decided to resolve it's peak-power problem with the help of programmable, communicating thermostats (PCTs). [continue reading]

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Wisconsin Multifamily Benchmark

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Madison Gas and Electric's goal was simply to give its customers a sense of the range of electricity and gas costs across a variety of larger multifamily properties. [continue reading]

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HVAC System Pressure Relief

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Correcting pressure imbalances in your HVAC system can result in a healthier, more efficient home. [continue reading]

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The Cool Solution

Author: Elka Karl
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Fresno's Housing Authority keeps energy expenditures low and economic savings high with its new evaporative coolers. [continue reading]

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