PowerWise Systems energy management and building intelligence solutions allow homeowners to: Know your energy costs in detail Create efficient equipment schedules Keep heating an cooling costs down Receive equipment failure warnings Analyze detailed usage by circuit
Type: Fact Sheet
This diagram from PowerWise Systems shows the complete building intelligence system that allows homeowners to monitor circuit-level electricity, building environment conditions, a wide variety of flow, fluid level, water, and gas. Customers can also monitor performance of PV, wind power,...
This Best Practices document will provide many new real-world strategies and approaches to building a better high performance home without additional cost.
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The solution expands to take the shape of gaps and cracks forming a long-lasting, airtight and water-resistant bond to most building materials.
The concept of ‘live-work-play’ mixed-use developments is on the rise, with increased demand for walkable urban neighborhoods.
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.
Joseph Lstiburek discusses the challenges and some of the barriers facing the industry through building codes and guidelines that actually may be leading to worse indoor air quality.
The popularity of miscellaneous devices and equipment means that they account for a significant and growing portion of building energy consumption.
The home has never been sold and is not on the market.
A new survey found that uncomfortable homes caused not only physical discomfort, but emotional discomfort as well.
The new program offers a no-cost, 30-hour training program for small, multifamily building maintenance staff.
Elizabeth’s Passive House will be assembled on an 8.7 acre lot adjacent to the 23 acre lot where her parent’s Post and Beam Passive Solar Home sits.
Affordable, manufactured housing can be as energy efficient as a super green custom built home for a lot less money.
The new program, called ENERGY STAR Verified HVAC Installation (ESVI), was designed to place new emphasis on the importance of duct sealing and other best practices .
Some builders see high performance building as a differentiator in the market; others adopt a wait-and-see attitude.
New residential building codes in Ontario mandate a 15 percent increase in energy performance, including the use of a vertical drain water heat recovery system.
By meeting Built Green’s rigorous green standards, Lakeview exceeds the already high Washington State energy code by more than 50%.
A local expert in Home Performance with ENERGY STAR can help you uncover the potential of your home.
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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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