Energy Code Training
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), along with Newport Partners and Edge Energy, has been awarded a US DOE grant to test the effectiveness of energy code training on reducing the energy use of new residential construction. Read more...
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Projects & Reports
Durability by Design: A Professional's Guide to Durable Home Design
HUD releases preliminary copy of Newport publication, Durability by Design.
Read the full report.
New York City Benchmarking and Transparency Policy Impact Evaluation
This report provides readers with an understanding of both the approach and methodologies used to evaluate New York City’s benchmarking and transparency policy, as well as the results of the application of those methodologies. It presents a policy evaluation framework used for assessing the impacts of the policy in three key areas: market transformation progress, gross and net energy impacts, and non-energy impacts.
A Guide to Innovations in Building Technology
This guide provides a valuable resource that will assist building owners and operators, design professionals, and other decisionmakers through the process of identifying, evaluating, and ultimately implementing the technologies that best fit their needs.
Read the Innovative Building Technology Guide.
Zero Net Energy Homes
Newport provides administrative and outreach support for the DOE Zero Energy Ready Home Program. ZERH represents a whole new level of home performance, providing energy savings, comfort, health,and durability unparalleled in today’s marketplace.
- Newport, on behalf of DOE attended a special ribbon cutting ceremony for a ZERH home in Gettysburgh, PA. Check out the video to see how homes of the future can change the world!
- Efficiency and customization highlight the latest trends in home design. Check out the Five New Home Trends for 2015
- Builders New Power Play: Net Zero Homes - Industry Wants to Bring Electricity-Generating Housing to Mass Market, but Potential Buyers Must Be Sold on Price
Building Bulletin Blog
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