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Friday, September 20th, 2013

Is Your Home a RESNET SmartHome?

So what’s a RESNET SmartHome? And, what makes it so smart anyway? After all, you’re reading the RESNET SmartHome Newsletter, but do you know what it is? Well, we thought it was high time that we addressed this issue and so, in this edition, you’ll be able to read all about what a RESNET SmartHome is, and how you can go about getting one.

As the weather gets colder and the leaves begin to change color, one’s thoughts naturally turn towards the fall. And while you’re admiring the scenery and enjoying that nip in the air, have you given a thought about how prepared your home is for the colder weather? If not, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! We put together a beautiful little Fall Maintenance Checklist for you with some handy energy-saving tips that you can use to get your home ready for fall.

As always, we hope you enjoy reading the RESNET SmartHome Newsletter, because we really enjoy putting it together for you!

What is a RESNET SmartHome?

What is a RESNET SmartHome?Using a combination of energy efficient design, features and lifestyle practices, the RESNET SmartHome reduces unnecessary energy consumption, cuts down on greenhouse gas emissions and provides homeowners with a healthier and more comfortable living environment.

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Preparing Your Home For Fall

Summer Energy Saving TipsHow ready is your home for colder weather? After a long, hot summer, homes also need to get into shape to be able to face colder conditions. Use our Fall Maintenance Checklist to make sure your home is ready face the rigors of autumnal weather head-on!

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Energy News Highlights for September
DOE to invest $16 million into projects to capture energy from waves, tides and currents.
The nation's first major research facility focusing on clean energy grid integration and large-scale deployment inaugurated by Energy Secretary on September 11.
Recent new report by the Argonne National Laboratory identifies potential environmental, cultural, and socioeconomic impacts associated with large-scale solar energy development, as well as potential mitigation measures.
DOE and EPA release new label showing fuel economy estimates and CO2 estimates for used vehicles sold in the United States since 1984.
A fun way to learn how the HERS Index works, what the scores mean and how they can affect you.
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