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Affordable Comfort
Located in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, Affordable Comfort sponsors national and regional conferences on the East Coast and Midwest addressing residential building science.
 
Founded in 1977, the Alliance to Save Energy is a non-profit coalition of business, government, environmental and consumer leaders. The Alliance to Save Energy supports energy efficiency as a cost-effective energy resource under existing market conditions and advocates energy-efficiency policies that minimize costs to society and individual consumers, and that lessen greenhouse gas emissions and their impact on the global climate. To carry out its mission, the Alliance to Save Energy undertakes research, educational programs, and policy advocacy, designs and implements energy-efficiency projects, promotes technology development and deployment, and builds public-private partnerships, in the U.S. and other countries.
 
American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
Nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing energy efficiency. Provides in-depth technical and policy assessments and is a key publisher of books, conference proceedings, reports, and other energy related materials.
 
Building Performance Institute
Provides training and certification for energy efficiency standards.
 
DOE Energy Information Administration
Provides the public with information on energy production, resource availability, historical data, statistics, and key publications on energy.
 
DOE Home Energy Savers
Helps consumers identify the best ways to save energy in their homes and find the resources to make their homes more energy efficient.
 
ENERGY STAR Program
Voluntary partnership between the DOE, EPA, product manufacturers, local utilities, and retailers to promote energy efficient products.
 
Home Energy Affordability Gap
In 2003, Fisher, Sheehan & Colton (FSC) introduced a model that calculated the dollar amount by which "actual" home energy bills exceeded "affordable" home energy bills on a county-by-county basis for the entire country. This is the "home energy affordability gap." Updated every year since then, the model has become an tool for research, legislative analysis, program-planning and advocacy. The analyses are used by individuals and organizations across the country.
 
Home Energy Magazine
Published bimonthly out of Berkeley, California, Home Energy has loads of information for consumers about energy-related products for residential construction and remodeling. This magazine has home performance information targeted to both consumers and home energy science professionals.
 
Promotes the use of advanced technologies to improve the quality, durability, environmental performance, energy efficiency, and affordability of the Nation's housing.


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