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- By Shawn Cohen, Director of Digital Strategy

 

Over the last six months, we’ve talked at length about how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted businesses in the better building and clean energy industries. We’ve explored how consumer search and purc

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- By Cory Allyn, Energy Circle Content Writer

Energy Circle is continuing to provide information and resources to HVAC, home performance, and solar companies that are looking for suggested operating practices during and after the coronavirus/COVID-19

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Get your home performance, HVAC, or solar company out ahead of spreading news about COVID-19/coronavirus. In the middle of a rapidly changing situation, Energy Circle offers some suggestions for clear, transparent communication with your customers.
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by Cecilia D'Anastasio for Wired magazine

IT’S A SAD truth that escapist pursuits are not truly separate from real life, and some even have a nasty tendency to exacerbate real-life problems. And while gaming offers a reprieve from thinking about…
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Hello,Earth Advantage has developed a three-session training series for assessors and green building professionals, supported by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Broaden your Home Energy Score assessment skills in order to strengthen…
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How does infrared scans affect indoor air quality? 
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I Fully Converted a Home to Electricity. Here’s How It Worked — and What It Cost
by Barry Cinnamon for Green Tech Media


Currently available solar, battery and heat pump technology means every building under two stories with a sunny roof can be a…
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Diane Chojnowski posted a discussion
The International Code Council’s (ICC) process to develop the energy code is wonky–but it’s crucially important to ensuring our new buildings are efficient and help save energy and reduce carbon. New buildings will be around for 50-100 years or…
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Diane Chojnowski replied to Diane Chojnowski's discussion Enjoy live sessions of the Midwest Home Performance Educational Series Oct 21-22!
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Matt Hoots’s video was featured
As the energy code changes to require that houses need to be more air tight, manufacturers have come up with some innovative ways to help builders comply with new codes and even exceed them.Whether you are trying to make a modest energy efficient…
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Matt Hoots posted a video
As the energy code changes to require that houses need to be more air tight, manufacturers have come up with some innovative ways to help builders comply with new codes and even exceed them.Whether you are trying to make a modest energy efficient…
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Diane Chojnowski posted a discussion
Wednesday, October 21 
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. CT
Emerging Issues in The Mid-West States & Utilities: COVID-19 Response, Interim Mitigation Measures & Longer-Term Trends
Joe Cullen, BPA; Reine Rambert, MEEA; Molly Graham, MEEA
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