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Energy Efficiency Day, which is Oct. 5, is a collaborative effort between regional and national organizations, business, utilities and individuals working to promote energy efficiency: the cheapest, quickest way to meet our energy needs, cut consumer bills and reduce pollution....
EEBA presentation to detail how thermal envelope contributes to high-performance homes
One panel discussion will feature professionals from the greater Atlanta market, one of the hotbeds for sustainable development and home building.
This year's winners include 26 homes across 5 housing categories from 24 builders.
Organizers: Eliminating annual expo in favor of one-on-one meetings enables participants to learn from each other about high-performance development.
PechaKucha looks to spur ideas through 'electric' approach
Annual event revamped with stronger focus on high-performance building
Don't miss this chance to be recognized as one of the nation's leading builders.
The Energy & Environmental Building Alliance has announced a new session of the High Performance Mechanical Systems for Houses That Work scheduled for March 28, 2017, in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Some builders see high performance building as a differentiator in the market; others adopt a wait-and-see attitude.
Building homes that produce as much energy as they consume is the goal of the DOE's Zero Energy Ready Home program.
The Energy & Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) is a recognized leader for education and collaboration on sustainable building practices.
The home, recognized in the Custom (Spec) category, is also the first home to be certified to the Emerald Star level in the Built Green Program.
As homebuilders learn to construct tight envelopes, ventilation becomes a bigger part of building a comfortable, high performing home.
At the EEBA Local Toolbox builder conference in Phoenix, the unique requirements of building in the Southwest climate zones were literally a hot topic on a day that topped 108 degrees. One of the solutions for a tight thermal envelope...
The relationship between water usage and energy usage has been understood for about the past 10 years, but homebuilders are still struggling with techniques to reduce water use.
At the EEBA Local Toolbox Session in Phoenx, Arizona, Susan Buchan, executive director, gave an overview of the Excellence in Building Conference.
The 2016 EEBA Excellence in Building Conference & Expo will feature EEBA Legend Lectures.
Based on years of field research from the US Department of Energy's Building America Program, Houses That Work™ delivers education based on that experience for improved building performance and increased profitability.
Annual conference and expo to highlight strategies, education sessions and networking for those focused on energy efficient and sustainable building