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View Resource An Introduction to Green Building: Part 2: Environmental Sensitivity with Building Materials

Choosing "green" building materials is not a cut-and-dried process. There are many considerations ? sometimes conflicting. No project will be composed of a perfectly green set of materials and s...
View Resource Home Energy Brief #5, Water Heating

Water heating accounts for approximately 19 percent of total home energy use and costs an average household over $300 a year. This Brief outlines the many things you can do to cut your water heating...$FILE/...
View Resource Home Energy Brief #4, Space Heating

Space heating costs the average homeowner $480 per year and accounts for about 32 percent of the total energy bill. This Brief details how a well-insulated, tightly constructed home can require...
View Resource Home Energy Brief #3, Space Cooling

Space cooling typically accounts for 13 percent of total energy use, costing homeowners an average $197 per year. A well-insulated and tightly sealed home that uses the natural movement of heat and...
View Resource Home Energy Brief #6, Cleaning Appliances

Dishwashers, clothes washers, and dryers are among the most energy-intensive appliances in the home, costing the average household about $150 annually to power them. This Brief points out efficient...
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