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The Monster in My Basement: Tough Lessons in Building Science

Sweetums seems much less scary now that I’ve met the monster called mold.

More from Baltimore: Taking down the barriers, accelerating the drivers to CHP

A great dialogue continues here in Baltimore on accelerating industrial energy efficiency and combined heat and power (CHP) in the region.

Not only do public policies need to provide a solid framework that allows for CHP to be broadly deployed, but champions among end users really need to drive projects and help other stakeholders understand their value propositions.

Opportunities and Successes in Industrial Energy Efficiency and CHP

To help set the table for the U.S.

Dialogue on Industrial Efficiency and CHP Kicks Off in Baltimore

Good morning from Baltimore, where the U.S. Department of Energy and NEEP have just kicked off our Regional Dialogue on Accelerating Industrial Energy Efficiency and Combined Heat and Power (CHP). This meeting is being held to advance the development and implementation of state-level best practices in both public policies and investment models that address the barriers to greater investments in industrial efficiency and CHP in...

Time is Savings-Connecticut’s Building Code Conundrum

Last week, a damaging bill (HB 5749) for building energy...

Question: How many heating systems does one house need? Answer: 6

At least this is how many heating systems my parents’ house has.  From electric baseboard heat to ductless mini-splits, the house is like a museum to the history of home...

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Road trip to New Hampshire's latest high performance school

NEEP and CHPS staff outside the entrance to Lebanon Middle School
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Vermont Colleges are creating Greener Campuses and Brighter Futures

University of Vermont is one of 12 higher education institutions in the state investing millions...

Tackling Market Barriers - NEEP Begins Work with Efficiency Maine on Multi-Family Retrofits

The potential energy savings in the multi-family sector is tremendous. In spite of this, the sector has not been a point of focus for retrofit projects as there are multiple barriers to achieving complete success in these types of projects.

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