Webinar: CEE's Home Energy Efficiency Rating

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Webinar: CEE's Home Energy Efficiency Rating

Time: September 13, 2012 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Center for Energy and Environment
Website or Map: https://mncee.webex.com/mncee…
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Anna Jursik
Latest Activity: Aug 16, 2012

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Building efficiency ratings are a great sales tool to encourage retrofits and market energy efficiency among owners and tenants. For residential homes there are three important criteria. Ratings must be simple and inexpensive, quantitatively accurate, and easy to for the layperson to understand. 

CEE has developed a rigorous yet simple scoring tool to let residents know how well their home is performing compared to its full energy efficiency potential. Unlike many existing ratings, homes can achieve a perfect score if they complete all cost-effective measures for their home type. This webinar will review features of the residential energy score, its development, and early experience with pilots in Minneapolis and St Louis Park.


CEE staff Jenny Edwards and  Carl Nelson will present.


The event is free, but you must register here.

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