Green Home: Do-It-Yourself Home Energy Audit

Green Home: Do-It-Yourself Home Energy Audit

This guide explains how to perform a home energy audit and includes a checklist to simplify the process.

Type: Guide




How to Collect and Examine Your Building Data

How to Collect and Examine Your Building Data

Learn how to select an energy analyst and begin the collection and examination of building data.

Type: White Paper




How to Evaluate Individual Buildings

How to Evaluate Individual Buildings

Learn the value of an energy audit and understand how to select energy audit and review teams.

Type: White Paper




Energy-Efficient Air Conditioning

Energy-Efficient Air Conditioning

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Home Energy and Consumer Reports have provided an informational guide for air conditioning units. Learn how to maintain and understand air conditioners for peak performance and maximum efficiency.

Type: White Paper




Houston Home Energy Efficiency Study

Houston Home Energy Efficiency Study

This report summarizes the findings of the Houston Home Energy Efficiency Study, conducted by Advanced Energy, and shares the results from homes built using three different energy-efficient standards.

Type: White Paper




Carbon Footprint of Single-Family Residential New Construction

Carbon Footprint of Single-Family Residential New Construction

In 2006, California enacted a bill to reduce gas emissions for the next 50 years, affecting everything from automobiles to home building. This white paper contains data on how this will work for California and the impact on its residents.

Type: White Paper





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An energy audit is often the first step to creating a truly energy efficient home. Energy audits can be performed by professionals, but are increasingly done by homeowners with the assistance of auditing devices that operate 24/7 within the home.

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