Energy Department will fund $4 million worth of high performance housing innovation projects

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The department will fund projects that primarily focus on solutions for the hot/humid, mixed humid, and cold climate zones

May 19, 2015

The U.S. Department of Energy will spend $4 million to develop and demonstrate new energy efficiency solutions for the nation's homes.

Building America project teams will focus on developing and implementing solutions to three inter‐related core technical challenges: high performance building envelope assemblies and systems; optimal comfort systems for heating, cooling, air distribution, and humidity control; and high performance ventilation systems and indoor air quality strategies.

The department will fund projects that develop and demonstrate integrated solutions to any or all of these core technical challenges, and primarily focus on solutions for the hot/humid, mixed humid, and cold climate zones.

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