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View Resource Energy Efficiency Home and Vehicle Tax Credits

The energy efficiency income tax credits available for 2009 and 2010 differ from those available for improvements made in 2011. If you made energy efficiency improvements to your home or purchased an...

http://ase.org/resources/energy-efficiency-home-and-vehicle-...
View Resource No-Cost Low-Cost Tips for Saving Money & Energy

Helpful energy saving ideas from the Alliance to Save Energy.

http://ase.org/news/alliance-save-energy-offers-no-costlow-c...
View Resource Supplemental Load Reductions

Supplemental load sources are secondary load contributors to energy consumption in buildings. Some typical supplemental load sources are people, computers, lights and the building itself. loads....

http://www.energystar.gov/ia/business/EPA_BUM_CH7_SupLoads.p...
View Resource BPI Building Analyst Certification Training Classes

Because of environmental concerns and major energy efficiency legislation there is unprecedented demand for certified energy auditors across the US. The Building Performance Institute (BPI), is one...

http://www.green-buildings.com/bpi-training-cities
View Resource ENERGY STAR ® for Buildings and Manufacturing Plants

Did you know that a building or manufacturing plant can earn the ENERGY STAR label just like your refrigerator? An ENERGY STAR qualified facility meets strict energy performance standards set by EPA...

http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=business.bus_bldgs
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