Tag Archives: Lighting Efficiency

Applets for Energy and Environmental Design

Green Building

Applets for Energy and Environmental Design

Originally published on July 10, 2017 by BNP Media through the Building Enclosure Blog. Newsflash: There are a lot of great (and free) online resources for design professionals. When I am having exchanges about energy and environmental design analysis with colleagues and students, it seems like I am constantly referring them to any number of small, accessible online utility programs for performing simple – yet highly sophisticated – functions. Some would refer to these small programs as applets. Below, I have….

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Federal Government Ratchets Up Incandescent Lamp Phase Out

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Federal Government Ratchets Up Incandescent Lamp Phase Out

As the calendar turned to 2013, questions have emerged regarding the federal government ratcheting up the phase out of the incandescent lamp. Misconceptions and myth abound. Below is a summary of the facts. What Does the Law Actually Say? The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) was signed into law by President George W. Bush on December 19, 2007. Section 321. Efficient Light Bulbs established lighting energy efficiency for a ‘general service incandescent lamp.’ This term is used to….

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