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New Dates for BuildingEnergy Boston 2020

Save the Date for BuildingEnergy Boston 2020

We want to express our well-wishes and concern for everyone in the NESEA community during these challenging and unpredictable times. Under normal circumstances, our community would be gathered this week at BuildingEnergy Boston.

While it saddens us deeply to not hold this year’s event as planned, we […]

LES Webinar | Virtual Button Up Workshop with NHSaves

Title: Virtual Button Up Workshop with NHSaves When: Tuesday April 7, 4pm – 5pm Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5116257807328604683 Blurb: A Button Up Workshop is an hour presentation about improving the energy efficiency of your home. It covers energy saving […]

Register for the Upcoming Webinar on Hot Water Thermal Energy Storage

The Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office (BTO), within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, is hosting a webinar entitled, “Thermal Energy Storage: Hot Water Thermal Energy” on Thursday March 19, 2020, at 3:00 PM E.T. This is the second webinar in a three-part webinar series designed to engage stakeholders to identify […]

Efficiency Vermont’s EEN Contractor Spotlight: Integrated Solar Applications

Interview with Katrina Wilson, Vice President of Operations and Sales

Katrina Wilson, Integrated Solar Applications

Green Energy Times Staff

1. What is your area of expertise?

As designers and installers of solar and heat pump systems, our expertise is getting to know our customers and their homes, while we discuss their needs […]

Webinar: How do Nonresidential Energy Efficiency Programs Benefit Low-Income Communities?

Date and time: Wed, Jan 15, 2020 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

This webinar will highlight the findings of a newly released ACEEE report on how energy efficiency program implementers reach nonresidential and community-serving institutions in low-income areas. These groups may include nonprofits, schools, local government buildings, locally owned businesses, medical facilities, […]

Window Dressers Build Events in Vermont

WindowDressers Insulating Window Inserts are built at Community Workshops across Maine and Vermont. Typically, a rotating crew of 10-12 volunteers per half-day shift come together to assemble the inserts over several days. No special skills are necessary and every simple job is taught on-site by our experienced volunteers. Below is the schedule for Vermont locations:

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Interview: Efficiency Vermont’s Efficiency Excellence Network Program Manager

Allison Fode, Efficiency Vermont

Green Energy Times Staff

Efficiency Vermont has a program that anyone looking for serious work on a building should know about. It is the Efficiency Exellence Network (EEN) program. Professionals associated with it are required to keep updated on the latest technology in their fields. Its […]

Energy Efficiency Commercial Trainings

LED It Shine

LED bulb with Edison base. Photo: Artoria2e5, Wikimedia Commons.

George Harvey

Green Energy Times has had a number of articles on light emitting diodes (LEDs). LEDs can be used for lighting in homes and businesses, for street lights, for flashlights, for vehicle headlights, and more; and in every instance we […]

Ground Zero: An Adventure in Net-zero Energy Building

The finished house featuring the photovoltaic array solar panels on the roof of the garage. Photo: NESEA.

Jenna Batchelder

To the untrained eye, the Eisinger net-zero energy (NZE) house in Keene, New York, would seem like any other single-family Adirondack homestead. The roof-mounted solar panels aside, the 1974-square-foot home is conventional looking, maybe even […]