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REPORT: Energy Codes for Ultra-Low-Energy Buildings: A Critical Pathway to Zero Net Energy Buildings
A Dec 2014 research report from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy about how energy codes help transition the market to Net Zero.
REPORT: Leaks and Lives: How Better Building Envelopes Make Blackouts Less Dangerous
A 2014 report about how energy code envelope improvements provide dramatic improvements in building resilience.
REPORT: Unlocking the Value of an EE Home CNT Energy NHPC
A 2013 report by CNTenergy and National Home Performance Council about the real estate value of energy efficiency in homes.
LINK to NAHB article: Homeowners Demand Energy Efficiency
The National Association of Homebuilders’ data show that homebuyers want houses that are energy efficient, and will pay a premium for them.
REPORT: DOE National Residential Cost Effectiveness
U.S Department of Energy report. National energy cost and savings for new single and multi-family homes: a comparison of the 2006, 2009 and 2012 editions of the IECC