All Blog Posts Tagged 'California' (5)

FREE Home Efficiency & Safety Assessments in the Los Angeles County area.

Since last June I have been qualifying homeowners in the Los Angeles County for the Home Upgrade "Energy Upgrade California" program sponsored by the State Of California, funded in part by the Federal Government, and YOU the Customer of the Utility Companies. 

We test your home and give you the results all at no cost to YOU! What's the catch you ask? Two appointments need to be made and kept by the homeowner(s). The program provides assistance and incentives up to $6500 for home…

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Added by John Kaye on September 4, 2015 at 3:00am — No Comments

The Roadmap To 100% Renewable comes with a $12trn pricetag

Fossil fuels are expected to run out by 2088, so within the next 40 years, everyone will need to switch to clean energy to sustain increasing demands. Luckily one of the first countries with a plan on how renewable will materialize is the United States.

Stanford University scientist Mark Jacobson developed a …

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Added by Avi Yashchin on July 21, 2015 at 2:32pm — No Comments

Participate in a study on Healthy, Efficient new homes

Healthy Efficient New California Homes – Pilot Study
Study participants wanted. Receive up to $560.

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory seeks volunteers who will make their home available for a three-week research study. The pilot study will occur in July…

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Added by Wanyu Rengie Chan on June 4, 2015 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Survey - Healthy Efficient New California Homes Study

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is conducting a research study on new homes in California. We invite you to participate in this survey if you live in a: 

  • House or townhouse or duplex,
  • AND if your home was built in 2002 or…
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Added by Wanyu Rengie Chan on May 28, 2015 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Willowside Rd., Day 10, part 2

OK, I'm back from getting the dimensions of Doe's house, enter all the information into EnergyPro, and do an initial calculation. It looks like the house as it is has a HERS of 147, which means that the model predicts that it will use about one and a half times as much energy as a 'reference home', which is this exact same home if it was built to today's energy code requirements and has by definition a HERS of 100. 147 is not too bad but way above what we want. Let's see if we can get it below… Continue

Added by David Willson on April 25, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments

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