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New $1.6 Million Program Helps Electric-Heated Buildings in Chicago Save Energy, Money

Many Chicago apartment buildings are electrically heated – meaning that the primary heat source is delivered via electricity, rather than natural gas or other sources. A …See More
Jan 21
Bob Blanchette commented on Melissa Ulbricht's blog post New $1.6 Million Program Helps Electric-Heated Buildings in Chicago Save Energy, Money
"Who gets the $1.6M bill? The taxpayers or the customers of the utility?"
Jan 20
Melissa Ulbricht replied to George Kopf's discussion Green feature values in Real Estate
"You're welcome, George. Glad to hear! I'd also suggest you check out our work on the Value for High Performance Homes Campaign. http://www.elevateenergy.org/value-high-performance-homes-campaign/home/ It's a collaborative…"
Jan 15
Everblue commented on Melissa Ulbricht's blog post New $1.6 Million Program Helps Electric-Heated Buildings in Chicago Save Energy, Money
"Cool, thank you for sharing! "
Jan 15
Melissa Ulbricht replied to George Kopf's discussion Green feature values in Real Estate
"Hi George. A study from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory was just released this week that looks at the value of solar homes in the real estate market. Appraisal Institute members contributed to the study,…"
Jan 15
Melissa Ulbricht posted a blog post

New $1.6 Million Program Helps Electric-Heated Buildings in Chicago Save Energy, Money

Many Chicago apartment buildings are electrically heated – meaning that the primary heat source is delivered via electricity, rather than natural gas or other sources. A …See More
Jan 15
Richard L. Sanderson commented on Melissa Ulbricht's blog post Multifamily Buildings Are Now Eligible to Apply for ENERGY STAR Certification
"This is great news, as eligibility and certification for these types of energy-efficient and high-performance properties accommodates the development and reporting of opinions of value by real estate appraisers and valuation specialists. Decision…"
Dec 1, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht's blog post was featured

Multifamily Buildings Are Now Eligible to Apply for ENERGY STAR Certification

Sandeep and Carolyn Sood own several apartment buildings in Chicago, but the 55-unit building at 6731 S. Jeffery Boulevard is special. The building is one of the first in the country to receive the new ENERGY STAR® certification for multifamily buildings.“For us, it’s an important designation. It shows people that want to live here that we care. We have invested in the…See More
Nov 14, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht posted a blog post

Multifamily Buildings Are Now Eligible to Apply for ENERGY STAR Certification

Sandeep and Carolyn Sood own several apartment buildings in Chicago, but the 55-unit building at 6731 S. Jeffery Boulevard is special. The building is one of the first in the country to receive the new ENERGY STAR® certification for multifamily buildings.“For us, it’s an important designation. It shows people that want to live here that we care. We have invested in the…See More
Nov 13, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht commented on Melissa Ulbricht's blog post When windows aren't the culprit of a leaky building, solve the mystery with an energy audit.
"Well said, Don! Now is the time to invest in energy efficiency to help keep homes and buildings cozy for the winter. "
Sep 18, 2014
Don Fitchett commented on Melissa Ulbricht's blog post When windows aren't the culprit of a leaky building, solve the mystery with an energy audit.
"Yep, winter is coming and there are not many out there trained to do IR Infrared Thermography energy audits, so book and energy audit for your home or building soon."
Sep 18, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht's blog post was featured

When windows aren't the culprit of a leaky building, solve the mystery with an energy audit.

Liz Vogel replaced the windows and updated the heating system in her small multifamily building in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. But she still noticed that parts of her home were not staying warm in winter. So she set out to solve the mystery of the missing heat. She saw icicles hanging from her roof, and that was a clue that pointed to where heat was escaping. The presence of these “ice dams” meant that Liz was paying to heat her roof and melt the snow instead of heating her home.…See More
Sep 18, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht posted a blog post

When windows aren't the culprit of a leaky building, solve the mystery with an energy audit.

Liz Vogel replaced the windows and updated the heating system in her small multifamily building in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. But she still noticed that parts of her home were not staying warm in winter. So she set out to solve the mystery of the missing heat. She saw icicles hanging from her roof, and that was a clue that pointed to where heat was escaping. The presence of these “ice dams” meant that Liz was paying to heat her roof and melt the snow instead of heating her home.…See More
Sep 11, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht's blog post was featured

Making Homes Cozier With a House Party

This week, Elevate Energy read two great accounts of how friends and neighbors came together to learn how to make their own homes cozier and more energy efficient. Thanks for sharing!This homeowner wanted to improve her “leaky old ship” of a home and discovered an energy loss culprit.Keri received a free home energy…See More
May 20, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht posted a blog post

Making Homes Cozier With a House Party

This week, Elevate Energy read two great accounts of how friends and neighbors came together to learn how to make their own homes cozier and more energy efficient. Thanks for sharing!This homeowner wanted to improve her “leaky old ship” of a home and discovered an energy loss culprit.Keri received a free home energy…See More
May 15, 2014
Melissa Ulbricht posted a blog post

What You Need to Know Right Now About Chicago Energy Benchmarking

Own or manage a non-residential building over 250,000 square feet in Chicago?Chicago energy benchmarking begins! We’ve got the basics to help building owners get started.Professional and public interest groups from around Chicago, including Elevate Energy, have come together to support building owners and managers in energy benchmarking and efficiency improvement opportunities. You have access to:Free resources and training. The…See More
Apr 10, 2014

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New $1.6 Million Program Helps Electric-Heated Buildings in Chicago Save Energy, Money

Many Chicago apartment buildings are electrically heated – meaning that the primary heat source is delivered via electricity, rather than natural gas or other sources. A …

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Posted on January 15, 2015 at 7:51am — 2 Comments

Multifamily Buildings Are Now Eligible to Apply for ENERGY STAR Certification

Sandeep and Carolyn Sood own several apartment buildings in Chicago, but the 55-unit building at 6731 S. Jeffery Boulevard is special. The building is one of the first in the country to receive the new ENERGY STAR® certification for multifamily buildings.

“For us, it’s an important designation. It shows people that want to live here that we care.…

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Posted on November 13, 2014 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment

When windows aren't the culprit of a leaky building, solve the mystery with an energy audit.

Liz Vogel replaced the windows and updated the heating system in her small multifamily building in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. But she still noticed that parts of her home were not staying warm in winter. So she set out to solve the mystery of the missing heat. She saw icicles hanging from her roof, and that was a clue that pointed to where heat was escaping. The presence of these “ice dams” meant that Liz was paying to heat her roof and melt the snow instead of heating her…

Continue

Posted on September 11, 2014 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Making Homes Cozier With a House Party

This week, Elevate Energy read two great accounts of how friends and neighbors came together to learn how to make their own homes cozier and more energy efficient. Thanks for sharing!

This homeowner wanted to improve her “leaky old ship” of a home and discovered an energy loss culprit.

Keri…

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Posted on May 15, 2014 at 8:32am

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At 6:03am on December 16, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Melissa,
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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