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Windows and Home Performance

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom White Dec 8, 2014. 1 Reply

The Milwaukee Energy Efficiency program (Me2) helps homeowners finance energy efficiency improvements, primarily insulation and air sealing under the Home Performance with Energy Star framework, as…Continue

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Tom White replied to Erick Shambarger's discussion Windows and Home Performance
"Erick, Home Energy has lots of free content on windows.  Some of it is for the contractor: http://www.homeenergy.org/show/article/nav/windows/page/2/id/291 http://www.homeenergy.org/list/topic/nav/windows and some for the…"
Dec 8, 2014
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Windows and Home Performance

The Milwaukee Energy Efficiency program (Me2) helps homeowners finance energy efficiency improvements, primarily insulation and air sealing under the Home Performance with Energy Star framework, as well as efficient HVAC equipment.  We are considering adding Energy Star windows to the list of eligible measures, but want to provide homeowners with a document that describes how windows fit into the energy efficiency hierarchy of cost-effective measures, presumably after air sealing and…See More
Dec 8, 2014
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Windows and Home Performance

The Milwaukee Energy Efficiency program (Me2) helps homeowners finance energy efficiency improvements, primarily insulation and air sealing under the Home Performance with Energy Star framework, as well as efficient HVAC equipment.  We are considering adding Energy Star windows to the list of eligible measures, but want to provide homeowners with a document that describes how windows fit into the energy efficiency hierarchy of cost-effective measures, presumably after air sealing and…See More
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Energy Analysis and Policy- University of Wisconsin
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