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.
In January 2019, Consolidated Edison (ConEd), one of the largest investor-owned power and gas utilities in the country serving the New York City metropolitan area, announced its moratorium on new gas hookups in Westchester [...]
In an ideal world, affordability and sustainability would go hand-in-hand, especially for low-income residential housing. Can affordable housing be built or retrofitted to prioritize energy efficiency and home health, and what state and federal [...]
The game-changing Inflation Reduction Act is impacting how residential energy-efficiency programs and home performance contractors will market to homeowners for years to come. How can program implementers and home performance contractors clearly and effectively [...]
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Buildings Upgrade Prize (Buildings UP) will award over $22 million in cash prizes and technical assistance to teams of state and local government entities, community-based organizations, Indian Tribes, [...]