Tag: Energy Efficiency

Mini Weatherization Toolkit, Week 2

October 12, 2015

Welcome to the second week of Weatherization Month 2015! We’re excited to bring you the second of the mini Weatherization Month toolkits to continue the online buzz around the WAP and set the stage for #WXDayOct30! We hope that you have had an awesome first week. The good news of weatherization has been all over social media and we have you all to thank for that. Remember, there is no such

Category : Events, Weatherization

Top Five Reasons You Should Care About Weatherization

October 8, 2015

Weatherization – what is it anyway? Why should I care about weatherizing my home? What good does it do? Good questions, and the answers may surprise you. Weatherization is a systemic, whole-house approach to saving energy. It includes insulation is key areas, like the attic, floors, sidewalls; sealing the perimeter of the home; and addressing air infiltration with advanced diagnostics like

Category : Events, Weatherization

DOE Blog Responds to E2e Study

August 31, 2015

Kathleen Hogan, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency, has written a blog to respond to the recent E2e Study.  In this posting, Dr. Hogan provides a thoughtful response to the draft working paper released by the E2e Project that outlines results of a study conducted on the Michigan Weatherization Program.  In the response, you will find a link to a fact sheet that provides a summary


NASCSP Response to Michigan "Greenstone" Report Around Weatherization & Energy Efficiency Investments

June 25, 2015

The study released this week titled "Do Energy Efficiency Investments Deliver? Evidence from the Weatherization Assistance Program" by Meredith Fowlie, Michael Greenstone, and Catherine Wolfram on energy savings from residential energy programs is seriously flawed and does not present a balanced assessment of the benefits of investing in energy efficiency in either its final or working draft

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