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"Hi All, Interesting topic - myriad issues in play here, but I’ll try to touch on the…"

Mark Richardson replied May 25, 2013 to Disasters & sustainable energy

17 May 26, 2013
Reply by Evan Mills

""A Journey of a Thousand Miles starts with a single step." Try breaking the house in…"

Mark Richardson replied Dec 16, 2010 to Estimating E savings from air sealing in huge leaky house

5 Dec 17, 2010
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Mark Richardson replied Dec 10, 2010 to Got Data? How much leaking electricity is there in HVAC systems?

11 Jan 2, 2011
Reply by Bradford E. White

"Upstate NY is coming in at $.17/kWh "

Mark Richardson replied Dec 9, 2010 to Got Data? How much leaking electricity is there in HVAC systems?

11 Jan 2, 2011
Reply by Bradford E. White

" Great article, Evan!"

Mark Richardson replied Dec 4, 2010 to Best Energy Myths

40 Dec 27, 2012
Reply by Nehemiah Stone

"The German Entrepreneur who, after Germany “outlawed” Incandescent bulbs of more tha…"

Mark Richardson replied Dec 2, 2010 to Best Energy Myths

40 Dec 27, 2012
Reply by Nehemiah Stone

"Also know as "The Arachnid Air Leak Detector" "

Mark Richardson replied Nov 17, 2010 to Does peer pressure help motivate people to save energy?

15 Dec 28, 2010
Reply by Joel Greenberg

"Great Idea! Here in New York, hands on field training has been spotty, at best with…"

Mark Richardson replied Nov 5, 2010 to Training in the Field - Mobile Training Labs for Building Sciences

9 Nov 15, 2010
Reply by Graeme Nix

"I see you are in Omaha? Is that where the sign will be?"

Mark Richardson replied Nov 5, 2010 to Solar PV

1 Nov 5, 2010
Reply by Mark Richardson

"Hello All! Mark Richardson, a BPI Certified BA and Envelope Professional, formerly W…"

Mark Richardson replied Nov 5, 2010 to Welcome Wagon Thread

21 Nov 9, 2010
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Walter Ahlgrim replied to Steve's discussion Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?
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