What's New at NCEEA?

NCEEA Completes ENERGY STAR Market Impacts study

NCEEA's ENERGY STAR Market Impact Study Project Summary: The North Carolina Energy Efficiency Alliance has completed a study investigating the market advantages of ENERGY STAR (ES) qualification for new homes in a five county region around the greater Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina. This...

NCEEA's Marshall Dunlap in fall issue of Carolina Banker

NCEEA's Marshall Dunlap wrote a great article about Residential Energy Efficiency and Mortgage Lending that is in the fall 2011 issue of Carolina Banker. You can read it here.

Support The SAVE Act: Sensible Accounting to Value Energy Bill Introduced on Capitol Hill

The NCEEA Supports the SAVE Act: a bipartisan bill recently introduced in the U.S. Senate to account for energy costs in mortgage underwriting. To find out more about the bill, and what you can do to help support it, see our blog post about it.  

Friday Feature: Appalachian State Offers FREE Workshops on 2012 Energy Code

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Friday Feature: The State Employees' Credit Union offers Green Mortgages

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Friday Feature: An Inside View from the Solar Homestead at the National Mall

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NCEEA Supports Appalachian State University's Solar Homestead, the only NC entry into the Solar Decathalon international competition.

Now is the time to vote for ASU's Solar Decathlon team! Appalachian State University's Solar Homestead is the only entry from North Carolina selected to compete in the competition that includes representation from five countries! Click here to find out more about App State's entry into the...

The NCEEA North Carolina Road Show

  The NCEEA has been on the road across Eastern North Carolina in May and June and in Greenville, Concord, and Statesville in August giving presentations to building industry professionals on high-efficiency homes and the ENERGY STAR for New Homes program. These Lunch-and-Learn events...

NCEEA Investigates Added Home Value of ENERGY STAR® Qualification

The NCEEA has begun a quantification study to determine if ENERGY STAR® homes sell faster and for closer to their asking price than traditional code compliant homes. By recent statewide effort to study the status of energy efficiency across the state we are leading this charge. Homebuilders and...

NCEEA at the 2011RESNET Conference

NCEEA recently returned from the 2011 RESNET conference which was held in Orlando, Florida.  It was a successful event for us in that we learned quite a bit on what’s new in the energy-efficiency housing market.  We also had the chance to meet and talk with lots of folks....