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"I figure we are all always improving, all always making mistakes, and should all hav…"

tedkidd replied Sep 10, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"I think performance guarantees in small scale is a very expensive proposition. Like…"

tedkidd replied Sep 10, 2012 to Can HP programs afford to keep subsidizing all these free-riders?

7 Sep 13, 2012
Reply by tedkidd

"Awesome!! When I got in (2008) contractors sold away out of fear.  Once they figure…"

tedkidd replied Sep 10, 2012 to Can HP programs afford to keep subsidizing all these free-riders?

7 Sep 13, 2012
Reply by tedkidd

"That's a guy with a 30,000 foot perspective.   "Energy saving" websites don't get i…"

tedkidd replied Sep 10, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"Bruce, I think the homeowner would prefer to work with someone who can deliver on p…"

tedkidd replied Sep 10, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"John, great post. I love real world examples that illustrate experiences that took p…"

tedkidd replied Sep 6, 2012 to “I don’t get it why would we want to make the house so tight that you would need ventilation?”

45 Sep 8, 2012
Reply by Jim Shankle

"Yeah, its early and I think will probably evolve, so questions and recommendations f…"

tedkidd replied Sep 6, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"Wolfgang, I too want to thank you for joining these discussions. Guidance about how…"

tedkidd replied Sep 6, 2012 to “I don’t get it why would we want to make the house so tight that you would need ventilation?”

45 Sep 8, 2012
Reply by Jim Shankle

"Robert,  Sorry, I don't think your arguments are either rational or well founded.  …"

tedkidd replied Sep 6, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

"Good point Robert.   NY HPwES is a state program, primarily funded via SBC/RPS surc…"

tedkidd replied Sep 6, 2012 to Rick Gerardi's case for a "Performance Registry"

23 Sep 14, 2012
Reply by Pat Dundon

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