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RESNET Adopts Standard Amendment on HERS Ratings of ENERGY STAR Certified Multi-Family Dwellings in Four and Five Story Buildings
The scope of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR certified homes program has encompassed dwelling units in some four and five story buildings for many years. To simplify its program; better align with HERS ratings; and promote more consistent quality assurance, EPA recently removed the prescriptive path compliance option for site-built dwelling units. As
Currently the RESNET Standards require that the RESNET Board of Directors hear and consider the appeals of a RESNET Ethics and Appeals Committee decision. Because RESNET is a membership organization made up of the HERS industry and its stakeholders and that the RESNET Board is elected by its category of membership, a perception of conflict
Roy Honican RESNET Board of Directors President, and John Godden, President of the Canadian counterpart CRESNET, announced the 2017 Cross Border Builder Challenge. “The previous Cross Border Home Builder Challenge awards have been such a huge success in promoting the utilization of the HERS Index and energy efficient home building in the U.S. and Canada that
A clarification was needed to resolve conflicting hot water heater EF specifications within ANSI/RESNET/ICC Standard 301-2014. As specified in Table 4.2.2(1), the Energy Rating Reference Home is required to have service water heating systems with EF values set as follows: Electric: EF = 0.97 – (0.00132 * store gal) Fossil fuel: EF = 0.67 –
The U.S. Department of Energy recently modified the energy factor test procedure for clothes washers, changing the rating from a Modified Energy Factor (MEF) to an Integrated Modified Energy Factor (IMEF). This change in test procedure and rating label results in a difference between MEF and IMEF. Dave Roberts of NREL collected corresponding data for