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WAP Program Management/Administration

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fred Stratton Jan 24, 2013. 2 Replies

I'm in the process of performing a literature review of sorts collecting as much information about WAP program management and/or administration.  If anyone has any relevant articles, powerpoints,…Continue

Tags: WAP, policies, administration, management, program

Low-Rise Multifamily Infiltration Data

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Moore Apr 19, 2012. 13 Replies

A couple of weeks ago at the ACI Conference I was afforded the opportunity to present at a Building America Expert Meeting for the discussion on Determining Air Change Rates in Envelope Leakage in…Continue

Tags: Envelope, Attached, Leakage, Air, Low-Rise

 

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Company
CHP Energy Solutions
Role in Home Performance Marketplace
Educator / Trainer, Energy auditor / assessor / analyst, Energy efficiency / Weatherization program administrator or implementer / evaluator
Professional Certification
AEE, BPI, CEM
Professional Interests
Weatherization Assistance Program Training and Technical Assistance Provider

Originally started training how to conduct energy audits and perform hands-on weatherization for WAP agencies primarily in Virginia. After about a year we moved into conducting audits on Low-Rise and Mid-Rise Multifamily Housing including developing protocol and best practices for infiltration testing, zonal pressure diagnostics, visual inspections, HVAC diagnostics, CAZ testing, baseload measurements, and meeting ventilation standards. Also, developing protocol to provide quality assurance and final test-outs on low-rise/mid-rise multifamily housing.

Using proper building science to evoke energy efficient buildings is my primary focus but I am looking to move into installing renewable energy systems and continuing to refine low-rise/mid-rise energy audits, QA, and final test-outs.
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http://https://www.communityhousingpartners.org/59/energy-solutions...
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https://twitter.com/chase_counts
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https://www.linkedin.com/in/chasecleanenergyfuture/

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At 6:39am on December 20, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Chase,

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