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NC Residential Energy Code Field Study Project
The team from the North Carolina Energy Efficiency Alliance and Appalachian State University have been selected to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to reduce energy use in newly constructed residential buildings.For more information and to join our email list for updates on the...
NCEEA Update - August Newsletter
Click here to read our August newsletter. There is a lot going on, energy code update, low-e emergency ruling, trainings, and more.Sign up here to receive our newsletters and stay in touch.
NC Energy Code Trainings in Boone, NC
Read our latest blog on some important upcoming trainings in Boone, NC on North Carolina's Energy Code.Click here to read it!Gain your continuing education creditsRegister early to SAVE $50Understand the changes and be prepared to implement them
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Report on 3rd Party, Certified, High Performance Units Built in NC
North Carolina is clearly becoming a national leader in 3rd party certified homes!Click here to read our new report and see the data; Reporting on 3rd Party, Certified, High Performance Units Built in NC (2013).
NCEEA's Quick Guide for Greening the MLS in NC
The NCEEA has created a Quick Guide for Greening the MLS in North Carolina.The purpose of this guide is to provide a Green MLS resource. Its aim is to help facilitate the process of adding inputs for green features or refining inputs for existing green features. The ultimate goal is to create MLS...
NC AIA survey on the use of the 2012 NC Energy Conservation Code
The North Carolina Energy Efficiency Alliance, in partnership with AIA North Carolina, is conducting a brief survey on the use of the 2012 NC Energy Conservation Code. Answers to this survey are key to understanding the new codes application, effectiveness and acceptance. Results will be used to...