In recent years, the federal government has been working hard to implement higher efficiency standards and regulations that would move the needle on building decarbonization on a national scale. Here’s a roundup of recent [...]
Atlas Public Policy is hosting its tenth episode of "Buildings Hub Live," where we spotlight the changemakers and technologies leading the charge to electrify our built environment. Join us Tuesday, October 24 at 1 pm EST for a discussion on the federal home electrification rebates as we chat with Karen Zelmar from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Participate in this year’s symposium to discover how EPIC is pioneering energy innovations and forging a brighter future for California!
Developed by DOE and the National Laboratories, the Home Energy Score™ provides homeowners, buyers, and renters comparable and credible information about a home’s energy use.
The electrification of multifamily buildings is crucial to mitigate both climate change and adverse health outcomes for residents.
In 2019, the city of Berkeley, California enacted a first-of-its-kind electrification ordinance that prohibited the use of natural gas in newly constructed buildings. When doing so, the city cited the greenhouse gas reduction potential [...]
The Building Envelope Campaign is designed to help building owners and managers enhance the energy efficiency of their buildings.
Multiple incentives exist for residential energy efficiency, but what is the best way to combine them? What does the guidance from the federal government say? What is still unclear? Learn more about a topic that will probably be discussed for some time to come.