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At 5:16am on August 29, 2012, Gjorevski Saso said…

Hi Evan ,

 Thank you for your kind welcome and yes Macedonia is on the map now.

Best Regards

Saso

At 5:18am on January 5, 2012, Wieslaw Sadownik said…

Hi Evan,

Thanks for kind wellcome , and I'm proud to be one of "long distance" fans of the site..

I hope learn intensively by reading the contents, despite here we meet a little other building tradition. materials etc. I am since 2 years in the energy matters (www.irvis.pl) , and it gets day by day more exciting for me !

So - thanks for great job, and - see you !

At 6:27pm on January 3, 2012, Murray Hogarth said…

Thanks Evan

Yay. Australia is now 'on the map' as they say!

Murray

At 11:27pm on March 17, 2011, Jim Mikel said…
Thanks Dr. Mills.  Good to finally "see" you. 
At 10:23am on March 13, 2011, Gilberto De Martino Jannuzzi said…
Will do that! best regards. Gilberto
At 1:07pm on December 9, 2010, Gil Masters said…
Hi Evan,

Thanks for the personal welcome note.

Would it be appropriate for me to call attention to your new website on my "energyfolks" email list (with about 3000 members)? If so, could you write a short paragraph that I could just paste into my next blurb?

Gil
At 1:55am on December 9, 2010, Lorna G. Fear said…
Noodling around on this site, I found a video that I contributed to. Have you checked out "Energy Rap"?
At 10:52pm on December 8, 2010, Lorna G. Fear said…
Hey, Evan, thanks! I sincerely appreciate your compliment. By the way, do you know Howdy Goudy?
At 11:18am on December 5, 2010, Eric Aune said…
Thanks for the compliment! I've always told my apprentices that if its going to work well it has to look good too!
At 9:30pm on November 7, 2010, Kathleen Greely said…
Evan--nice work here! We're launching new homes and whole house programs in PA...the Pennsylvania landscape is changing quickly for the better.

Kathy
At 5:50pm on November 6, 2010, Gilberto De Martino Jannuzzi said…
Evan, thanks for the welcome! There is a lot going on here on household energy efficiency programs. I am involved with evaluation of low-income HH programs done by Brazilian utilities. Will write some more on this later.

Best regards, and congrats for this interesting initiative! I look forward being part of the network.
yours
Gilberto

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