RESNET and the HERS industry has made incredible progress over the past two decades. In the beginning there were a few thousand homes rated a year, but by the year 2015 there were over 190,000 homes HERS rated and issued a HERS Index score. A special appreciation goes out to the leaders listed below who
Become a HERS Rater with the NE HERS Alliance this fall! Registration Deadline Extended to September 14th! Online Component: September 19th-30th – Weekdays 9am-12pm 5-Day Classroom/Field Training: October 17th-21st – North Haven, CT Training Fee is $2495 and includes $1895 for the combined online and classroom components and all four RESNET exam fees, a $600
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David Goldstein of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) posted a blog on the NRDC website entitled, “Sometimes Market Forces Work”. The post comments on the increase of the number of homes HERS rated in the first half of 2016 as compared to the number of homes rated over the same period in 2015. Key
Insulation Institute Free Guide Shares Research on What Builders Want From HERS Raters Over the first half of 2016, The Insulation Institute (NAIMA) conducted two rounds of qualitative research with a diverse set of builders who have significant experience working with HERS raters. The results of the research shed light on their perspective of raters,
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On July 14, 2016, New York City joined the ranks of states and municipalities that have adopted the 2015 IECC Energy Rating Index option when the New York City Council voted to adopt the 2016 New York City Energy Conservation Code. The residential section of the 2016 New York City Energy Conservation Construction Code is