Home Performance 101

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Home Performance 101

Time: July 17, 2012 from 8:30am to 3:30pm
Location: Green Energy Training Center
Street: 1005 Brookside Road
City/Town: Allentown, PA
Website or Map: http://afcfirst.com/GreenEner…
Phone: 610-433-7486, ex. 2715
Event Type: training, class
Organized By: Green Energy Training Center
Latest Activity: Jun 8, 2012

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In this one-day course students will learn the "house-as-a-whole" approach to energy conservation and efficiency, understand market forces affecting homeowners (consumer demand, utility rate caps, and energy cost volatility to name a few) and learn about state and federal incentives and how to integrate the "house-as-a-whole" approach into their business model.

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Investigating 3257KWH monthly usage issue.

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Studies on Home Energy Audit Energy Savings Potential?

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Brad Cook replied to Brent Shapiro's discussion Investigating 3257KWH monthly usage issue.
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