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Embodied Carbon: Deeper Decarbonization of the Built Environment

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) allocates billions of dollars toward low-embodied carbon material procurement, documentation, and labeling as new policies seek low-carbon solutions. As materials and construction account for 11%...

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Unpacking the 2024 IECC Residential Public Comment Draft

The residential section of the 2024 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) has been released for public comment. Watch NBI and NRDC experts in this on-demand webinar that summarizes the major...

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Efficient and Healthy Schools Campaign Recognition Kick Off Webinar

K-12 schools can gain national recognition for efforts to improve school facilities with the Efficient and Healthy Schools Campaign. In this free webinar, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and...

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Existing Building Decarbonization Code: the Gamechanger We Need Right Now in the Climate Fight

The vast majority of buildings that we will use in the coming decades are already built and account for roughly 39% of the carbon footprint as well as other greenhouse...

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Unpacking the 2024 IECC Commercial Public Comment Draft

The commercial section of the 2024 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) has been released for public comment. Join NBI experts for a webinar that will summarize the major changes proposed,...

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Heat Pump Water Heaters in the All Electric Home – Builders share their experience

Installing Heat Pump Water Heaters (HPWH) in new homes is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to incorporate high efficiency water heating into buildings. Yet, the vast majority...

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Tuning Buildings for Tomorrow’s Electric Grid: Building-side Perspectives on Building-Grid Optimization in California

As more renewable energy sources come online in the state of California, buildings have a critical role to play in ensuring that tomorrow’s electricity grid is clean, affordable, reliable, and...

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Energy Modeling Done Right: Optimizing Building Energy Outcomes

Energy modeling can be a powerful building design tool, informing decision makers about the best building layouts, mechanical systems, and controls. Unfortunately, too many design teams either forego energy modeling...

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New Construction Done Right: Strategies to Improve Efficiency in Buildings

California’s buildings of tomorrow will be deeply energy efficient, smart, and resilient – but designers and builders have a multitude of choices to make in order to achieve success. The...

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An Insider’s Guide to Talking about Carbon Neutral Buildings

The building sector is shifting from decades of regulation and programmatic oriented on energy efficiency (kWh and therms) to governmental plans centered on carbon and greenhouse gas emission reductions (CO2e)...

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