Don Hynek's Discussions (71)

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"The Division of Energy Services is winding up work in the AMP program, initiated in…"

Don Hynek replied May 15, 2012 to Retrofit Programs, Codes and Market experiences

19 Sep 5, 2012
Reply by Joseph S. Lopes

"Training on MF Blower Door Testing I am doing a hands-on three day training, April 1…"

Don Hynek replied Mar 13, 2012 to Multifamily analysis tools present and future

8 Mar 13, 2012
Reply by Don Hynek

"We have used HUD's energy benchmark tool on over 100 Wx buildings, and it's a reason…"

Don Hynek replied Dec 1, 2011 to Multifamily analysis tools present and future

8 Mar 13, 2012
Reply by Don Hynek

"Grant,   ACHn is irrelevant in a building big enough to have any continuous venilati…"

Don Hynek replied Dec 1, 2011 to Mid/High Rise ACH Question

4 Feb 12, 2012
Reply by Isaac Savage

"Robert,   Sorry, that ended up being a dry hole. The only door we found available is…"

Don Hynek replied Nov 28, 2011 to High-rise Residential - Favored retrofit strategies & stories

11 Mar 18, 2013
Reply by Guy DuBois

"Dan, I believe it when you say you are seeing some good air sealing results. I am wo…"

Don Hynek replied Nov 25, 2011 to Weatherization in Low-income Multifamily Buildings

6 Nov 27, 2011
Reply by Dan Auer

"Craig, Yes, low-income weatherization is done through the federal low-income weather…"

Don Hynek replied Nov 25, 2011 to Weatherization in Low-income Multifamily Buildings

6 Nov 27, 2011
Reply by Dan Auer

"Mutlifamily Weatherization?? Who knew? The National Weatherization Training Conferen…"

Don Hynek replied Nov 8, 2011 to Retrofit Programs, Codes and Market experiences

19 Sep 5, 2012
Reply by Joseph S. Lopes

"It looks like Wisconsin is going to wade into doing blower door testing on low-rise…"

Don Hynek replied Sep 23, 2011 to Low-rise Residential - Favored retrofit strategies & stories

11 Sep 23, 2011
Reply by Don Hynek

"Tom, there are five items on the list, and I don't think it's a complete list yet.  "

Don Hynek replied Aug 18, 2011 to Retrofit Programs, Codes and Market experiences

19 Sep 5, 2012
Reply by Joseph S. Lopes

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