Nov 21, 2022
Those that educate the market, own the market.
We’ve all heard of advanced housing concepts that require little net energy to operate.
Architects, builders, and suppliers in the residential construction industry often get together at conferences and locally and sometimes birth new concepts while...
Nov 7, 2022
The only source of knowledge is experience.
The message is clear, HVAC equipment is often the largest energy-consuming system in a home.
While listeners likely know about blower door and duct leakage tests, what impact do blower Watt draw and refrigerant charge on HVAC energy use?
What can we...
Oct 24, 2022
Passion provides purpose, but data drives decisions
What does CO2e mean?
What are the impacts of time and location on energy use and production?
How and why are we morphing from energy as a proxy for emissions?
We are joined on today’s podcast by David Goldstein, Energy Co-Director at the Natural...
Oct 10, 2022
We must shift our thinking away from short term gain toward long-term investment and sustainability, and always have the next generations in mind with every decision we make..
What does it take to start a conversation on smaller homes in a community that traditionally bans them?
How can we collaborate...
Sep 26, 2022
Simplicity is the outcome of technical subtlety.
It is the goal, not the starting point.
It’s worth repeating that HVAC equipment is often the largest energy-consuming system in a home.
While listeners have likely run duct leakage and blower airflow tests, how did we arrive at the straightforward,...