Dept. of Energy introduces Home Improvement Catalyst to encourage energy efficient remodels

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The goal is to increase market adoption of high-impact energy efficient technologies in the home remodeling industry. 

April 21, 2016
Dept. of Energy introduces Home Improvement Catalyst to encourage energy efficient remodels

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A new Department of Energy initiative, Home Improvement Catalyst, will provide contractors and homeowners with cost-saving energy efficiency options they may not realize were available.

The goal is to increase market adoption of high-impact energy efficient technologies in the home remodeling industry. The program will incorporate and demonstrate strategies, develop resources and guidance, and offer case studies of how programs, tradespeople, and homeowners can incorporate energy efficiency when making upgrade decisions, such as replacement of HVAC systems, new windows, or other remodeling work. 

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