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EPA Seeks Public Comment on Draft Environmental Protocols for Home Energy Upgrades

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With so many HEP participants already being deluged with relevant (and sometimes irrelevant) information about the industry, it's difficult to decide when to add yet another layer by posting a press release such as this. For those who are top of this, forgive me. For those who aren't, and pretty much don't care, hope you'll forgive me too...



During my brief time with this group, I have come to very much respect the remarkable level of…
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Added by Steve Waclo on November 23, 2010 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

EERE/DOE Encouraging Homeowners to Invest in Energy Efficiency Improvements

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Perhaps I'm not looking closely enough, but I've not noticed mention of these daily updates from DOE. In the unlikely event any members are unaware of the service, here's the latest release and I believe there is also info on signing up:…

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Added by Steve Waclo on November 10, 2010 at 12:43pm — No Comments

Developments in Nevada's "Audit on Demand" Legislation

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Still learning the ropes here and after I sent this link out to the Marketing Group, discovered I could annoy all members simultaneously with a blog post :-).

Short version summary of subject line:

1) Responsible legislators enact Audit on Demand regulations.

2) Owners of gored oxen howl.

3) Program spins wheels.

Details below:…

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Added by Steve Waclo on November 5, 2010 at 6:50pm — No Comments

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