Monday April 6th (10 AM to noon) will decide whether the ERI aka as the HERS option will be part of Illinois new Energy Code or dropped till the next code cycle. While many local rating companies joined forces to help get it brought back up for discussion after it was…Continue
Added by Sean Lintow Sr on March 30, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
We're stoked! RaterFest! 2015 is now officially a RESNET® Regional Conference.
We couldn't believe it, but when we…
Added by Hannah Finch on March 26, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Reblog, originally posted on www.bluehouseenergy.com 16 Feb 2015
Hot water distribution efficiency is now included in HERS ratings, under an amendment to ANSI/RESNET Standard 301-2014. This is a Good Thing. To date, all of our efforts to represent, and then…Continue
Added by Melissa Baldridge on March 14, 2015 at 8:00am — No Comments
The old expression when something is supposed to be simple is to say that, “This is not rocket science!” as though rocket science was the most complicated thing we can think of. I will admit that some of the things rocket scientists have done are pretty amazing. I don’t have a clue how you land a probe on an asteroid moving at thousands of miles an hour somewhere out there in space. Or manipulate a vehicle on the surface of a planet and send back, “Wish you were here!” snapshots - in…Continue
In 2014 there were 146,860 homes in the United States that were energy rated by certified RESNET HERS Raters and issued a HERS Index Score. According to the data from the U.S. Census Bureau this represents over 33.8% of all new homes sold in the nation. The average HERS Index Score of the homes rated in 2014 was 63.
The five leading states in terms of homes receiving a HERS Index were:
Added by Laurel Elam on March 4, 2015 at 7:54am — No Comments
The Internet of Things has already improved my everyday life. Devices that communicate with each other deliver new services and features that I appreciate. However, as the Internet of Things expands from a few linked devices to a pervasive network, I fear that aggravation will soon replace appreciation. Are we moving toward the Internet of Annoying Things?
We become aware of the Internet of…Continue