From Energy Circle:
A recent report from the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) detailed opportunities for community energy efficiency programs throughout the country. Here, Energy Circle Marketing Advisor Johnny Ritzo gives an overview of what it takes to get one started in your neighborhood.
Curated Links from the Web:
Energy Circle CEO Peter Troast contributed an article to this month’s BPI newsletter, which details the importance of your Google+ Local and Facebook presence for driving business.
Greg La Vardera introduces us to his video series on Swedish high performance new construction, and explains why and how these techniques should be applied in many climate zones here in the United States. (From Home Energy Pros)
The Green Architects Lounge is a podcast on Green Building Advisor that’s hosted by two architects right here in Southern Maine. They recently got the opportunity to sit down with building science guru Dr. Allison Bailes of Energy Vanguard, and here’s the result. (From Green Building Advisor)
Tom Harrison discusses the irrationality of consumer behavior, and what works when trying to convince homeowners to have home performance upgrades performed on their homes. (From Five Percent)
Home Performance Social Media Shout Out of the Week:
Administered by Scott Suddreth, BPE’s Technical Program Director, Building Performance Engineering’s Twitter presence is new and growing. BPE is a building science training firm based in Boone, North Carolina, and their feed will most likely feature building science insights from that part of the country.