These initiatives help homeowners save money, while creating local jobs
March 25, 2016
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that its Better Buildings Home Upgrade Program Accelerator and Home Energy Information Accelerator are working with partners across the nation to make important progress in lowering the costs of energy upgrade programs, while improving overall program effectiveness.
Results of HomeServe Biannual State of the Home Survey
March 17, 2016
Concerns surrounding climate change have continued to grow in recent years, driving government efforts and global initiatives, but for most Americans who plan to make their home more energy efficient in the next 12 months, the biggest motivator for making the changes comes down to the money it allows them to save.
Pilot Program to Combine Weatherbug Home’s Virtual Energy Audits with Samsung’s Customized Service Plan Recommendations
November 6, 2014
A pilot energy efficiency program launching this fall in Texas from Samsung and Earth Networks, parent company of WeatherBug Home, will provide homeowners with actionable intelligence they can use to save energy, reduce their electric bills, and find the best energy service rate plan based on their personal energy use.
2015 International Energy Conservation Code Will Provide More Flexibility
October 28, 2013
Energy efficiency advocates celebrated at the 2013 International Code Council (ICC) Annual Conference and Public Comment Hearings where building code officials approved an updated 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC).
Pilot Will Help Region Evaluate Energy Efficiency for Northwest Homes
June 17, 2013
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA), in collaboration with its utility and energy efficiency partners and regional builders, is piloting a new residential homes program to lay the foundation to increase the energy efficiency and comfort of new homes across the region.