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"Glad to see somebody is addressing the real issues. Mandating minimum SEER/AFUE isn'…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 22, 2014 to Energy Savings that Are Hot Air!

13 Jan 27, 2014
Reply by Tom Mallard

"The things that really save energy aren't being done nearly enough. Air sealing and…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 21, 2014 to Energy Savings that Are Hot Air!

13 Jan 27, 2014
Reply by Tom Mallard

"Look into the Honeywell Redlink thermostats. Equipment module connects to furnace an…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 16, 2014 to Remote temperature sensor for wired thermostat

5 Jan 23, 2014
Reply by dale conner

"I've not seen them or heard of them, but they could be out there. "

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 16, 2014 to Remote temperature sensor for wired thermostat

5 Jan 23, 2014
Reply by dale conner

"4 out of 400K? All 4 are most likely large industrial customers with 3 phase power.…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 16, 2014 to Peak Energy Saver

21 Jan 16, 2014
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"Some of the high end Honeywells offer that feature. What you are looking for is a wi…"

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 16, 2014 to Remote temperature sensor for wired thermostat

5 Jan 23, 2014
Reply by dale conner

"Our utility already offers this but in a slightly different form:Smarthours Windpower"

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 9, 2014 to Selling your energy consumption back to the grid

4 Jan 9, 2014
Reply by Dan Buell

"Figured that would fix it :)"

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 5, 2014 to Troubleshooting a Furnace Blower

12 Jan 5, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"In a 240v circuit I 100% agree on the 440v caps. On a 120v circuit a 370v is plenty."

Bob Blanchette replied Dec 20, 2013 to Troubleshooting a Furnace Blower

12 Jan 5, 2014
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"Payback isn't there unless customer runs fan 24/7, has high utility rates or already…"

Bob Blanchette replied Dec 20, 2013 to Troubleshooting a Furnace Blower

12 Jan 5, 2014
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