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2012 | Paper for ACEEE 2012 Summer Study by Lee DeBaillie, Energy Center of Wisconsin. Building energy modelers work daily with computer simulations of the various energy interactions within a wide variety of building types. However, building energy modeling is too complex and difficult to be...

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2012 | Paper for ACEEE 2012 Summer Study by Sandra Henry, ComEd; Karen Koski, Melanie Lord, Ingo Bensch, Dave Vigliotta and Kathryn Schiedermayer (former director of education), Energy Center of Wisconsin. This paper presents results, highlights areas for further research and presents suggestions...

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2012 | Paper for ACEEE 2012 Summer Study by Gary Ambach and Sean Weitner, Michaels Energy; Steve Kihm, Energy Center of Wisconsin. Energy efficiency programs often presume their cost recovery mechanisms are sufficient to motivate investor-owned utility involvement. This stance is at odds with...

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2012 | Paper from the ACEEE 2012 Summer Study. Has the combination of convenience, accessibility and variety of the Energy Center's online programs made a difference in the professional lives of our learners? In this paper, we examine the internal, external and social returns of producing online...

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2011 | The Energy Center of Wisconsin with assistance from the University of Wisconsin Solar Energy Laboratory studied three working hybrid system installations to compare their economic and environmental impacts with other HVAC systems.

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2011 | Since 1995, the Energy Center has tracked appliance purchasing patterns in Wisconsin, publishing results every two years. Since 1997, Focus on Energy has contracted with the Energy Center to collect quarterly shipment information on residential forced air furnaces, air conditioners and...

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2011 | Tetra Tech and the Energy Center of Wisconsin conducted a scoping study of energy efficiency program incentives to help inform the discussion on rebate and incentive levels for statewide programs in Massachusetts and to support fourth quarter 2010 programmatic planning.

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2011 | Small business customers comprise a market sector that is notoriously difficult to reach for energy-efficiency programs. Commonly accepted barriers for greater participation include small business customers' limited time, inadequate knowledge of energy efficiency and restricted capital...

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2011 | Article written by Scott Hackel for Wisconsin Perspective magazine, the primary source of information for the plumbing, heating, and cooling channel across the state of Wisconsin. Posted with permission.

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2011 | The January/February 2011 issue of Home Energy Magazine features an article on the Energy Center's dehumidifier metering study by Andy Mendyk and Dan Cautley.

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