Home Energy's November/December issue is now live on www.homeenergy.org.
This issue's articles include:
Editorial: VW Isn't the Only One That Circumvents
DOE's Home Energy Score: Looking Backward and Forging Ahead
When Above Average Is Not Good Enough
The Cottages at Cypress
Living in an Old House Remodeled to Passive House Standard
Getting Some Shade
Hempcrete: Eco-Friendly and Unique
Comparing and Contrasting Residential Green-Building Certifications
How to Become a Home Performance Superhero
Wisconsin Multifamily Benchmark
Postretrofit News and Analysis
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