The latest resources for the home and building performance industry
Our online resource library contains industry resources, including downloadable PDFs, webinar playbacks, videos, and reports. This library is continually updated to include the latest information and educational content.
Updating the analysis the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) conducted in 2018, this report demonstrates that as heat pump technology has steadily improved over the past five years, so have the benefits and cost savings provided to homeowners, renters, homebuilders, and installers.
Read to see Energy Circle CEO, Peter Troast's digital marketing predictions for 2022 in the home performance and better building industries.
BPA provided comments to the Department of Energy pertaining to workforce development programs contained in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022 and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) of 2021.
See ACEEE's scorecard for the state of Nevada. The state is ranked 21 and received a score of 18.5 out of 50.
See ACEEE's scorecard for the state of Kentucky. The state is ranked 38 and received a score of 7.0 out of 50.
View an online dashboard for the state of Nevada, provided by E4TheFuture. You can explore jobs and state facts related to energy efficiency.
View an online dashboard for the state of Kentucky, provided by E4TheFuture. You can explore jobs and state facts related to energy efficiency.
Listen to “2023 Energy Trends” on the Plugged In Podcast.
Watch to find out what the J stands for and why you should never round up the tonnage from your Manual J software, and gives two rules for Manual S.
Read about how a building’s occupants can control up to 80% of energy use in a commercial building. Therefore, engaging tenants in energy efficiency initiatives is crucial to unlocking the full energy savings potential of a building.
Explore the efficiency-as-a-service solution. It is a pay-for-performance, off-balance sheet financing solution that allows customers to implement energy and water efficiency projects with no upfront capital expenditure.
Listen as IAQ Radio welcomes Rick Sims and Pete Consigli for a report on Hurricane Ian recovery, HVAC industry update and the Andy Ask Building Science Symposium aka Winter Break. It’s always great to have the Restoration Industry Global Watchdog join us and this week we also welcome his SW Florida HVAC expert and friend Rick Sims.
Read about how local governments across the country are working to combat two crises at once: climate change and a lack of affordable housing. However, local government staff and stakeholders (e.g., community-based organizations, affordable housing providers, lenders, utilities, and advocates) often tackle these issues separately.
Read the white paper that summarizes an ACEEE baseline assessment of electric and natural gas energy efficiency programs that target low-income households in the largest metropolitan statistical areas in the country.
Listen in about the White House, EPA, and other Federal agencies will be rolling out new initiatives that may flood billions of dollars into IAQ and electrification in this country. At the forefront are the White House Clean Air Challenge and the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
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