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View Resource Greenhomebuilding.com

This web site contains a wealth of free information on green building, especially natural building. Viewers can send questions to green building experts through this site. The site is maintained by Kelly and Rosana Hart, with their primary focus being sustainable architecture. Details on vernacular architecture and building codes are also listed on the site.

View Resource Design Guide for Energy Efficient Laboratories

Energy Efficient Design Applications are intended to assist facility owners, architects, engineers, designers, facility managers, and utility demand-side management specialists in identifying and applying advanced energy-efficiency features in laboratory-type environments. This site is operated by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy. A Design Guide for Energy-Efficient...

View Resource EFOG:Energy Facility Contractors Group

The Energy Facility Contractors Group (EFCG) is a volunteer organization composed of Department of Energy (DOE) contractors working together to improve the cost effectiveness of DOE operations by promoting, coordinating, and facilitating the active exchange of successful programs, practices, procedures, lessons learned, and other information of common interest. The library includes annual...

View Resource ASHRAE: Engineering for the World We Live In

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) is an international organization that strives to "serve humanity and promote a sustainable world through research... publishing and continuing education." The site for ASHRAE contains ePublications and eNewsletters which can be emailed to others. The site includes many interesting readings and has a special...

View Resource Home Energy Saver

This web-based simulation was developed by the Environmental energy Technologies Division of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The simulation allows the participant to select a home, of various dimensions, in any location in the United States. Variables that influence energy use, such as insulation, appliances, energy sources, etc., can be manipulated to determine the potential...

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