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25th Project to Officially Meet the 1000 Home Challenge! The Energy+ Household - Bay Area, CA

The Energy+ Household – Bay Area, California Over the past several years the Ghosh family has retrofitted their 2,170 ft2 house with a host…

Started by Linda Wigington

0 Mar 5

TopTen US Finding the Most Efficient Products

If you haven't already heard of TopTen, check out this website: (http://www.toptenusa.org)/. It is a great way for deep energy projects to …

Started by Linda Wigington

4 Feb 27, 2012
Reply by David Eggleton

CFM Per Watt – How Do Your Air Handler Systems Perform?

Slides 38 - 42 show data from 55 duct systems - Air handler performance varies from 6.5 to 2 CFM Per Watt   Forced air distribution systems…

Started by Linda Wigington

4 Sep 2, 2011
Reply by Linda Wigington

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