Fred Stratton
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Fred Stratton commented on Melissa Ulbricht's blog post Modernizing the Residential Utility Disclosure Ordinance in Chicago
"Thanks for the clarification Melissa."
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Fred Stratton commented on Melissa Ulbricht's blog post Modernizing the Residential Utility Disclosure Ordinance in Chicago
"Is it applicable to multifamily properties?"
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Fred Stratton replied to Paul Stevens's discussion Peak Energy Saver
"Thanks Bob.  This providing me a quick uptake on the whole issue...greatly appreciated! "
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Fred Stratton replied to Paul Stevens's discussion Peak Energy Saver
"I sure as heck agree with all the statements about the deceptive 'pitch' on this kind of device.  Do they have any application in residential solar applications?  Just wondering."
May 2, 2013
Fred Stratton commented on Tom DelConte's blog post Why Tankless, Hybrid Electric, and Solar Water Heaters Just Don't Work!
"Hi Tom.  Can you offer some more thoughts on that last sentence.  Are you saying subsidized technologies that the feds are interested in simply don't reflect true costs?  Or do you mean that the feds invest in technologies that…"
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Economic Opportunity Studies, Inc.
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http://economicopportunitystudies.org
Facebook Page
http://tinyurl.com/EOS-ON-FB

I currently work for Economic Opportunity Studies, Inc. in Washington, D.C.

Here's our mission statement:

"Our mission is to provide support for Community Action Agencies, community-based organizations, and the private and/or government organizations that are their partners in expanding economic opportunity for all. EOS supports their initiatives that change communities and improve the well-being of low- and moderate-income families and individuals; we offer research and analysis that helps them identify, develop and manage new opportunities to mobilize and focus resources.

We also support our partners’ strategies to measure and build upon the results of their work."

Prior to working for EOS I spent several years in a state energy office working in multiple energy sectors/markets and types of programs/grants.

I delivered home energy retrofits once upon a time as a contractor.  I got my start in residential energy efficiency via a utility program in the Pacific Northwest.  I worked as a program manager responsible for a number of Bonneville Power Administration prograrms.

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At 6:27am on April 19, 2012, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Fred,

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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