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How to stop your house’s expensive drafts — and save the planet

By Sarah Kaplan Photo by Michael Parkin

As a reporter covering climate solutions, I receive one query more than any other: “What’s the best thing for me to do to protect the planet?” The annoyingly squishy answer is: It depends. Politicians can pass legislation, CEOs can change manufacturing processes, farmers can practice regenerative agriculture, school boards and shipping companies can convert their bus and truck fleets to electrical vehicles.

01/28/21
                                                               

Decarbonizing Space Heating with Air Source Heat Pumps

  • Some studies show near-universal electrification of space heating, suggesting that ASHPs (with some backup from electric resistance heaters) can be almost a silver bullet solution for decarbonizing space heating. These studies start with the assumption that fossil fuel furnaces and boilers will be gradually phased out.
11/27/20
                                                               

Protect Homebuyers, Reward Efficiency

An example of providing timely pre-purchase consumer information is the miles per gallon (MPG) sticker on every new car and truck. The MPG sticker on a vehicle doesn’t dictate a purchase. In fact, some consumers routinely buy vehicles that consume large amounts of fuel. But the MPG sticker ensures that they have the reliable information at the right time and are making an informed choice. This is not the case with real estate.

09/23/20
                                                               

Zero Energy Home Cost Less to Own

With cost-effective design and construction, the energy saving features and solar collectors for a zero energy home may add 5 to 10% over the cost of a similar-sized home built to code after incentives.

09/23/20
                                                               

Live Happy!

HERS rated energy efficient homes are the key to green living, providing better home comfort, lower running costs and higher resale values.

09/23/20
                                                               

Say Hello to EPS

With EPS, you’re able to compare how similar-sized homes use energy, review the features that make energy-efficient homes stand out, and even see your estimated utility costs before you buy. To determine the score, a third-party verifier analyzes the home’s features and construction techniques and tests performance factors such as air leakage and duct tightness. Scores range from zero to 200+, with zero being the most energy efficient.

09/18/20
                                                               

Home Energy Score

Developed by DOE and its national laboratories, the Home Energy Score provides home owners, buyers, and renters directly comparable and credible information about a home’s energy use. Like a miles-per-gallon rating for a car, the Home Energy Score is based on a standard assessment of energy-related assets to easily compare energy use across the housing market.

09/17/20
                                                               

Green and healthy home initiative

Our Mission: To break the link between unhealthy housing and unhealthy families by creating and advocating for healthy, safe and energy efficient homes.

03/19/20
                                                               

What is Green Construction?

Green construction can be used interchangeably with green building or sustainable construction. Therefore, green construction means the use of resource-efficient and environmentally responsible processes in construction to ensure lifetime sustainability of the building.

03/11/20
                                                               

Sustainable house

It is fact, that now days households and other living areas in which people live, or reside most of the time, contribute CO2 emission and green house effects as much as global warming, which threatens to all humans and their health, as well as natural resources which balance is disturbed a long time ago.

03/11/20