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U.S. DOE Webinar: Updated Home Energy Scoring Tool Released

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U.S. DOE Webinar: Updated Home Energy Scoring Tool Released

Tuesday, January 14, 2014 : 12:00pm
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 : 01:00pm


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The U.S. Department of Energy’s Home Energy Score program released its first major update to the Scoring Tool in December 2013. After more than a year of implementation and feedback from Partners, DOE made significant improvements to the Scoring Tool’s calculation methodology, user interface, and its ability to motivate homeowner investment in energy improvements.

Join a webinar to learn about the updates to the Home Energy Scoring Tool and to find out how utilities, states and local governments, and others can use it to support residential energy efficiency goals. Organizations can join more than 25 Partners and 175 Qualified Assessors nationwide who offer the Home Energy Score, a key product of VP Biden’s Recovery through Retrofit initiative. More than 8,000 homes have been scored to date and DOE expects that number to increase significantly with the release of the updated Scoring Tool.




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