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"James, I can't really comment on why there have so been many delays on the launch. …"

Zachary Popkin replied Jul 5, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

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"Understandable.  I will definitely bring up both the recommendations issue and the c…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
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"Averages alone do not inherently lead to incomplete and misleading information - onl…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
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"I would argue that everything is relative.  Granted this might not be considered tra…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
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"I assert the increased value based on the theory of being able to place a value on e…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
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"I am salaried employee of a non-profit organization.  I will be making zero addition…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
Reply by James H. Bushart

"Good post, Mike... Between you and James, I am certainly beginning to question the v…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
Reply by James H. Bushart

"Let me use an analogy... Cars are sold with MPG ratings.  We all know that the stick…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
Reply by James H. Bushart

"Mike, Thanks for your thoughts.  You bring up some excellent points.  In reference t…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 7, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
Reply by James H. Bushart

"I think that is the goal. FYI - I contacted the technical team about this website is…"

Zachary Popkin replied Jun 6, 2012 to Home Energy Score Launch

53 Jul 6, 2012
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