Better Buildings Home Energy Score: Newsroom

  The Home Energy Score team is excited to announce the winners of the inaugural Home Energy Score Century Club Award. The Century Club Award recognizes Home Energy Score Assessors who have delivered 100 or more Home Energy Scores in a calendar year and are in good standing with their program partners. These dedicated Assessors provide valuable energy efficiency information to homeowners and empower them to make sound investments in their homes. Read more

  GreenHome Institute is proud to announce they are a part of several projects that have been nominated for the 2016 Governor’s Energy Excellence Awards as detailed below. Learn more about the Holland Energy Prize: Biggest Loser Challenge herehttps://greenhomeinstitute.org/holland-energy-prize-biggest-loser-challenge-2016-final-report/  Read more

Today, the U.S. Department of Energy's Better Buildings Challenge recognized Loews Hotels & Co. for the energy efficiency upgrades made at the Vanderbilt Hotel through the company's showcase project. Through the Better Buildings Challenge, Loews has set a goal to reduce energy use across all of its hotels by 20% in ten years. Over the past two years, the Vanderbilt hotel has improved its energy efficiency by 22% and achieved a total energy cost savings of $328,250. Read more

  The process of becoming an active Home Energy Score Assessor is now easier and more streamlined than ever before. With the release of Updated Quality Assurance and Mentoring Protocols, there are more ways to meet mentoring and quality assurance requirements. Previously, Assessors had to be available in every region to assist with mentorship and quality assurance. Read more

  At this year's Summit in Washington D.C., over one thousand energy professionals (1,080 to be exact!) came together to tackle what the next big things will be when it comes to saving energy in our nation's homes, buildings, and manufacturing plants. Read more

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