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David Baerg commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Affordably Net-Zero
"Extruded Polystyrene. More details of the project are at the links.  Net-Zero Northside House "
May 20
Leo Klisch commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Affordably Net-Zero
""The famous rationale for going to high performance was, if you beef up your envelope enough you can change or reduce the expense needed for your HVAC system. We’re not finding this in Minnesota. In the summer, dehumidification is…"
May 19
Nate Adams commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Affordably Net-Zero
"I love seeing the systems thinking here. I'm working hard figuring out how to crack the nut of existing homes. I think it's possible to take a large percentage of them towards net zero without crazy costs. Now I need to write about it...…"
May 19
Peter Cantone commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Affordably Net-Zero
"What kind of insulation did they use?"
May 19
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Affordably Net-Zero

In addition to saving energy, net-zero technologies offer a plethora of health, safety, and environmental benefits; but achieving zero energy can be prohibitively expensive. In this interview, Lucas Alm and Dan Handeen describe how they and their students successfully partnered with Habitat for Humanity to design and build the …See More
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Affordably Net-Zero

In addition to saving energy, net-zero technologies offer a plethora of health, safety, and environmental benefits; but achieving zero energy can be prohibitively expensive. In this interview, Lucas Alm and Dan Handeen describe how they and their students successfully partnered with Habitat for Humanity to design and build the …See More
May 8
Anna Jursik's blog post was featured

Plugging into the Internet of Things

Imagine if your furnace let you know when needed a tune-up, or if your home theatre saw you coming and turned itself on. According to Marc Jensen, managing partner and chief technology officer at space150, the Internet of Things is already beginning to connect us to the built environment…See More
Apr 22
Anna Jursik posted a blog post

Plugging into the Internet of Things

Imagine if your furnace let you know when needed a tune-up, or if your home theatre saw you coming and turned itself on. According to Marc Jensen, managing partner and chief technology officer at space150, the Internet of Things is already beginning to connect us to the built environment…See More
Apr 22
David Eakin commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Could a Certificate Motivate Homeowners to Invest in Efficiency?
"Anna, This program looks like it may have merit, but many questions remain. I am in total agreement on the "what" and "why" of the program, just not sure of the "how". Many details are not in the CEE report - like…"
Apr 4
Anna Jursik's blog post was featured

Could a Certificate Motivate Homeowners to Invest in Efficiency?

80 percent of Minneapolis’s housing stock was built before World War II, but 40 percent of these homes have never upgraded their wall insulation. After investigating barriers to completing efficiency projects, CEE’s latest report, Energy Fit Homes, proposes awarding a certificate to homes that achieve basic efficiency standards.Existing homes need their own…See More
Apr 3
Anna Jursik posted a blog post

Could a Certificate Motivate Homeowners to Invest in Efficiency?

80 percent of Minneapolis’s housing stock was built before World War II, but 40 percent of these homes have never upgraded their wall insulation. After investigating barriers to completing efficiency projects, CEE’s latest report, Energy Fit Homes, proposes awarding a certificate to homes that achieve basic efficiency standards.Existing homes need their own…See More
Apr 2
Anna Jursik's event was featured

Energy Efficiency Quality Assurance: Past, Present, and Future at Center for Energy and Environment

March 6, 2014 from 11am to 12pm
Dave Bohac, Jim Fitzgerald, Carl Nelson, and Isaac Smith will look back at what quality assurance lessons CEE has learned and speak to the challenges and opportunities ahead.CEE continues to find innovative ways of improving quality assurance in the field. This webinar will look back at what quality assurance lessons CEE has learned and speak to the challenges and opportunities ahead. Target AudienceEnergy RegulatorsUtility Program ManagersGeneral and Sub-ContractorsEnergy Audit and Program…See More
Feb 13
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Energy Efficiency Quality Assurance: Past, Present, and Future at Center for Energy and Environment

March 6, 2014 from 11am to 12pm
Dave Bohac, Jim Fitzgerald, Carl Nelson, and Isaac Smith will look back at what quality assurance lessons CEE has learned and speak to the challenges and opportunities ahead.CEE continues to find innovative ways of improving quality assurance in the field. This webinar will look back at what quality assurance lessons CEE has learned and speak to the challenges and opportunities ahead. Target AudienceEnergy RegulatorsUtility Program ManagersGeneral and Sub-ContractorsEnergy Audit and Program…See More
Feb 13
Curt Kinder commented on Anna Jursik's blog post Electric Thermal Storage vs. Heat Pump Water Heaters
"I'm suprised that model did as well as 3/5. Lowest EF for an HPWH that I'm aware, serious limitations revealed in testing. Fortunately it has been superseded by a much more promising Gen2 model. Gen2 still not yet in stores near me. Gen1…"
Dec 16, 2013
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Counting the Capacity that Didn't Hatch: The Rate Mitigation Effect of DSM Programs at Center for Energy and Environment

December 12, 2013 from 11am to 12pm
Minnesota’s electric utility efficiency programs have saved approximately 68,000 GWh of electricity since 1992.1 This conserved energy, which has been called “negawatts,”2 can be considered a system resource analogous to a new power plant. It allows utilities to serve their projected load with available supply resources by reducing demand rather than increasing supply.Using Xcel Energy as a case study, this analysis compares the cost of Demand Side Management (DSM) programs to the revenue…See More
Nov 22, 2013
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Counting the Capacity that Didn't Hatch: The Rate Mitigation Effect of DSM Programs at Center for Energy and Environment

December 12, 2013 from 11am to 12pm
Minnesota’s electric utility efficiency programs have saved approximately 68,000 GWh of electricity since 1992.1 This conserved energy, which has been called “negawatts,”2 can be considered a system resource analogous to a new power plant. It allows utilities to serve their projected load with available supply resources by reducing demand rather than increasing supply.Using Xcel Energy as a case study, this analysis compares the cost of Demand Side Management (DSM) programs to the revenue…See More
Nov 22, 2013

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Anna Jursik's Blog

Affordably Net-Zero

In addition to saving energy, net-zero technologies offer a plethora of health, safety, and environmental benefits; but achieving zero energy can be prohibitively expensive. In this interview, Lucas Alm and Dan Handeen…

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Posted on May 8, 2014 at 8:00am — 4 Comments

Plugging into the Internet of Things

Imagine if your furnace let you know when needed a tune-up, or if your home theatre saw you coming and turned itself on. According to Marc Jensen, managing partner and chief technology officer at space150, the Internet of…

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Posted on April 22, 2014 at 7:31am

Could a Certificate Motivate Homeowners to Invest in Efficiency?

80 percent of Minneapolis’s housing stock was built before World War II, but 40 percent of these homes have never upgraded their wall insulation. After investigating barriers to completing efficiency projects, CEE’s latest report, Energy Fit Homes, proposes awarding a certificate to homes that achieve basic efficiency standards.

Existing homes need…

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Posted on April 2, 2014 at 7:41am — 1 Comment

Electric Thermal Storage vs. Heat Pump Water Heaters

Contributing Author: Ben Schoenbauer 



Which residential water heating technology is best for meeting electricity savings goals? It will depend if the goal is reducing total consumption or lowering peak demand



In Minnesota,…

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Posted on November 5, 2013 at 8:40am — 39 Comments

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At 6:24am on June 25, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Anna,
Welcome to Home Energy Pros.

Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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