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New User Friendly Advisory Version of Mortgage Industry National HERS Standards

  RESNET’s standard publication control procedures require that the RESNET Mortgage Industry National Home Energy Rating Standards only be updated once every five years.  Since RESNET’s Standards are on continuous maintenance, the Standards are continuously being amended.  The amendments are added to the Standards as addendums in the back of the standards.  Due to the […]

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Updated Energy Codes Benefit Utah Homeowners and Businesses

From our friends at Utah Clean Energy: New Economic Analysis Highlights the Financial Benefits of the 2015 Energy Codes in Utah I have good news and bad news. The good news is a recent analysis by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory found that adopting the 2015 energy code in Utah is “cost effective.” But what […]

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Support data on Revision 8 of Version 3

  Revision 08 has been released and is available for use by ENERGY STAR certified home partners. It is the most significant revision since the release of Version 3 and is intended to address top concerns identified by Partners. Paperwork will greatly be reduced with this revision, and the ENERGY STAR certification process will now […]

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Energy Rating Index Performance Path

  Energy Rating Index Performance Path

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Summary of PNNL Cost Effectiveness Report

  Summary: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the Residential Provisions of the 2015 IECC for the State of Utah (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (June 2015) Methodology 96 building energy models using EnergyPlus v8 Incremental costs from several sources with local construction cost multiplier based on standardized methodology 5% interest rate, 30-year mortgage, 10% down payment Compared 2015 […]

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Adoption of the 2015 IECC for Homes Improves Utah’s Air Quality

  Energy consumption in buildings accounts for 41% of Utah’s total energy consumption. Improving the energy efficiency of new homes will directly benefit Utah’s air quality. This reduced air pollution comes largely from reduced natural gas combustion and reduce demand for electricity due to more efficient building envelopes, such as improved wall and ceiling insulation […]

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New Rater Submission Form – RMP New Homes & QG Builder Programs

  Here is the new rater submission form for RMP New Homes & QG Builder Programs  

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JobWerks Goes Live!

  Rating Field Inspector candidates will no longer be required to pass a written examination to become a certified RESNET Rating Field Inspector (RFI). July 1, 2015 is the implementation date for the new RESNET RFI testing and certification standard (Advisory Version 204.2.2.1) which requires the use of the RESNET JobWerks Tool for mentoring and […]

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