David Heslam
  • Portland, OR
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David Heslam replied to Keith Burrows's discussion Wanted: Operational Rating System Feedback
"Keith, I like the user interface that you have created. If the user is entering bills manually like I was it's nice to be able to enter the annual usage as a lump sum rather than be asked to enter it month by month, which is not needed for this…"
Jan 7, 2016
David Heslam joined David Eggleton's group
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1000 Home Challenge

Linda Wigington distinguished between deep retrofits & deep energy reductions, thus expanding the range of strategies & tactics from which we might propose when engaging with people, the ones who choose.See More
Jul 2, 2015
David Heslam commented on Melissa Baldridge's blog post Green Stamps - Real Estate Investor Sells "Green-and-Flips" for More
"Green Canopy Homes in Seattle has followed this model for the past several years, with a local twist. They have local Home Performance contractors conduct  the audits. The metric for the energy analysis is the Energy Performance Score and many…"
Oct 22, 2013
David Heslam commented on Home Energy Magazine's blog post The Bumpy Road to Net Zero Energy
"Danny,  This is great data! I do have a question about the source energy graph.   It looks like you have been able to bring the monthly source energy use down to nearly 1 MBtu/month. Given that the electricity use has become a net…"
Oct 18, 2011
David Heslam commented on Elisa Wood's blog post Google quits smart meters. Anyone care?
"The ability to track energy use and "see" your savings will not appeal to all, but definitely has appeal to some. I believe it will certainly hold interest for more if energy prices were to rise, as was mentioned below.   Since…"
Jul 12, 2011
David Heslam is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Jan 17, 2011

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Company
Earth Advantage Institute
Professional Certification
BPI Building Analyst, Envelope Specialist
Professional Interests
Design and construction of high performance residential buildings. Energy labeling of residential buildings. Research of what works to make residential buildings healthier and use less energy.
Website URL
http://www.earthadvantage.org
LinkedIn Profile
http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=45478491&trk=tab_pro

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At 11:33am on January 17, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi David,

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

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Investigating 3257KWH monthly usage issue.

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What made this chimney fall down?

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Studies on Home Energy Audit Energy Savings Potential?

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Brad Cook replied to Brent Shapiro's discussion Investigating 3257KWH monthly usage issue.
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