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The Road to Carbon Neutral: ENERGY STAR® for Homes and Beyond

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Prepared by David Meisegeier and Dean Gamble of ICF International, along with Sam Rashkin, R.A., and Glenn Chinery of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ENERGY STAR® for Homes, August 2008. This paper, prepared for the 2008 American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, presents an iterative framework for the development of residential energy efficiency specifications, including strategies to promote leading-edge technologies with high energy and carbon savings potentials that are not yet cost-effective or market-ready on a national basis.


Authored By

  • David Meisegeier

    Technical DirectorICF International

    David Meisegeier has 18 years of experience in energy efficiency and pollution prevention for the residential and commercial sectors. His professional skills include design and implementation of strategic energy efficiency and demand reduction programs; market and technology assessments of energy efficient products and systems; and information technology development. He leads ICF’s residential energy efficiency team of energy analysts, marketers, account managers, communications specialists, and trainers. The team provides full-service support to public and private residential energy efficiency programs across the country, including the Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR residential programs.

    He holds a B.S. in Architectural Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and an M.S. in Engineering Management from George Washington University.

Insight Details

Published: Aug 8, 2008
Authors: , Dean Gamble
Source: ICF International
 
 
 
 

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