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Energy Production, Use and Conservation

Home Energy Auditors | Energy Commissions | Energy Conservation Tips | Energy Efficient Development | Home Inspectors | Property Assessed Clean Energy Districts (PACE) | Wind Resources | Zero Net Energy Homes

back to topHome Energy Auditors

  • The New Hampshire Residential Energy Performance Association lists firms providing home energy audit services. Full REPA members have been vetted for their energy auditing qualifications.
  • Home Energy Audits, US Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
  • Do-It-Yourself Home Energy Assessments
  • Training Tomorrow's Energy Auditors
    Unitil and other New Hampshire electric utilities have joined forces with the state's community colleges to establish an energy auditor training program. The eight-week training courses will prepare students to earn a nationally-recognized Building Performance Institute (BPI) certification, which is an essential accreditation for leading home energy auditors and weatherization contractors. The course is useful for students who wish to become auditors, or who are pursuing other aspects of construction, such as architecture, building, weatherization, or craft work. Whatever their choice, students will learn to identify the need and specifications for energy efficiency improvements in homes, to resolve air leakage and moisture problems, to measure carbon monoxide, and to resolve any health and safety issues relating to carbon monoxide and appliances or heating systems within a residence. BPI certification insures that homes are weatherized to a national standard, while protecting the health and safety of occupants. To learn more about these programs, visit the Building Performance Institute or contact Manchester or Laconia Community Colleges directly.

Energy Commissions

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back to topEnergy Efficient Development

Home Inspectorsback to top

Property Assessed Clean Energy Districts (PACE)

  • RSA 53-F Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy Districts
  • Commercial-PACE Financing Moves Forward, New Hampshire Town and City, September/October 2014, By Laura Richardson

    New Hampshire’s legislature overwhelmingly supported improvements to existing but ineffective enabling legislation originally passed in 2010, and in statute under RSA 53-F. Many believe that House Bill (HB) 532, relative to energy efficiency and clean energy districts, will provide a much-needed tool for businesses to invest in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

Wind Resources

back to topZero Net Energy Homes

  • The Zero Energy Homes Project
    The NAHB Research Center
  • The Net-Zero Energy Home (NZEH) Coalition
    The Net-Zero Energy Home (NZEH) Coalition is an incorporated, multi-stakeholder organization comprised of Canadian champions in advanced energy efficient residential construction and building products, the utility sector, research and development and, manufacturing and deployment of onsite renewable energy technologies.
  • Moving Toward Zero Energy Homes pdf file
    The US Department of Energy's Zero Energy Homes research initiative is bringing a new concept to homebuilders across the United States.

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NH Office of Energy and Planning
Governor Hugh J. Gallen State Office Park
Johnson Hall, 3rd Floor  |  107 Pleasant Street  |  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-2155  |  fax: (603) 271-2615