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"Folks might want to comment on this new Forum post with concerns about the quality o…"

Evan Mills replied Feb 28, 2011 to Spray Foam vs. Fiberglass - R-value only?

25 Mar 2, 2011
Reply by Bryce Cramer

"Interesting discussion here about multi-family vis-a-vis the new Better Buildings in…"

Evan Mills replied Feb 22, 2011 to Let's talk about multifamily buildings

7 Feb 22, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"Thanks David. Along these lines, we've been thinking about adding tags more systemat…"

Evan Mills replied Feb 8, 2011 to Let's hear your feedback on Home Energy Pros!

31 Jun 15, 2015
Reply by Andrew J. Courts, Jr.

"Jennifer - would be very useful to hear about modeling tools (what works; what's nee…"

Evan Mills replied Feb 7, 2011 to Let's talk about multifamily buildings

7 Feb 22, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"Great.  Also interested in non-habitational spaces like rec rooms, pools, laundry, e…"

Evan Mills replied Feb 7, 2011 to Let's talk about multifamily buildings

7 Feb 22, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"It would be great to hear about measures and tools for common areas as well."

Evan Mills replied Feb 7, 2011 to Let's talk about multifamily buildings

7 Feb 22, 2011
Reply by Evan Mills

"Hi Jim - I suspect you'll find some gems in our "Marketing Energy Efficiency" Group."

Evan Mills replied Jan 26, 2011 to Marketing our business?

4 Jan 31, 2011
Reply by Jennifer Luitwieler

"More here http://homeenergypros.lbl.gov/profiles/blogs/goodbye-to-the-light-bulb-we"

Evan Mills replied Jan 14, 2011 to Say Farewell to the 100-Watt Incandescent Lamp. New Lighting Efficiency Rules Take Effect Nationwide January 1, 2012.

10 Jan 24, 2011
Reply by Dale Sherman

"These links may be helpful: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=tax_credits.tx_ind…"

Evan Mills replied Jan 4, 2011 to EPAct builder tax credit extension

11 Jan 4, 2011
Reply by Lorna G. Fear

"Agreed! More @ http://cx.lbl.gov"

Evan Mills replied Dec 30, 2010 to link to "Most Buildings Don’t Work Properly, Who Cares?"

2 Jan 2, 2011
Reply by Glen Gallo

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