Webinar showcases technologies for high-performance homes

May 21, 2014
1 P.M. MDT

The Washington State University Energy Program for Emerging Energy Efficient Technologies (E3T) is presenting a free webinar on systems, strategies, equipment and appliances to reduce electricity use in residential buildings.  

Next Step Homes & Passive HouseRedirecting to a non-government site is scheduled for May 21 at 1 P.M. MDT. Speakers from the Northwest Energy Efficiency AllianceRedirecting to a non-government site and Passive HouseRedirecting to a non-government site will discuss their individual approaches to whole-house integrated energy efficiency. 

Next Step HomesRedirecting to a non-government site and its parent nonprofit organization, Next Step Network, Inc., work to increase the supply of affordable housing options and put sustainable home ownership within reach of more lower-income families nationwide. Passive House is committed to making high-performance passive building the mainstream market standard. An E3T Technical Advisory Group (TAG) of regional and national high performance residential building experts are currently identifying, ranking and scoring technologies for their potential to reduce energy use in residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest.

Following the presentations, attendees may participate in a question and answer session. The webinar continues for TAG members only for another half hour.

Participation is free but registration is required.

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) sponsors the monthly E3T Showcase webinars with support from Western. The events offer the latest information about  promising energy-efficiency technologies and practices that BPA is considering for future research opportunities or focus areas.

All webinars are recorded and available on the E3T websiteRedirecting to a non-government site and ConduitRedirecting to a non-government site.