Deep Energy Reductions
Home Energy magazine Climate Solutions Issue 2008
Moving Toward Carbon Neutrality / Nine Steps to Deep Reductions by Linda Wigington
One Year Later: Moving Existing Homes Toward Carbon Neutrality
This White Paper by Linda Wigington, Special Projects Director ACI, was inspired by the July 2007 ACI Summit.
Resources for Deep Energy Reductions
Links are active in the Website column. Updated 1/23/09
White Paper: Moving Existing Homes Toward Carbon Neutrality
White paper from the ACI Summit: Moving Existing Homes Toward Carbon Neutrality
Approaching Net Zero Energy in Existing Homes
CMHC report detailing benefits, barriers, and progression to net zero energy performance. This 187 page report details the benefits, barriers, and progression to net zero energy performance. Appendix A features decision trees integrating historical, physical, and durability challenges with deep energy retrofits.
NCAT Major Retrofits - 1984
NCAT document offers historical perspective, construction details, etc.
New from Building Science Corporation
Click this link to view the report from Building Science Corporation about a deep energy retrofit of a Sears house
Resources on Superinsulation
This resource list was developed for the full day session, “The Devil in the Details, Superinsulating Existing Home Walls” during the ACI 09 Home Performance Conference in Kansas City. This is just a sample of useful handouts that are available by scanning “Past Events” http://www.affordablecomfort.org/events_past.php?PageID=13. Please send additional suggestions of resources to add to Linda Wigington, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentations by ACI on Deep Energy Reductions
Affordable Comfort for Canadians
Deep Energy Reductions in Existing Homes: Beyond Business as Usual by Linda Wigington presented October 29, 2009 in Toronto at Energy Retrofits for Houses: Affordable Comfort for Canadians.
3rd Annual North American Passive House Conference
Deep Energy Reductions in Existing Homes: Beyond Business as Usual by Linda Wigington
*The links are provided solely as a resource. ACI (Affordable Comfort, Inc.) does not endorse any specific organization, study, product or service.