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Expiring Rebates in 2016

At the end of 2016, the clock runs out on several federal tax credits for homeowners who made energy upgrades during the year. A tax credit reduces the amount of tax owed, so it’s different from a tax deduction, rebate, or refund. Use Energy Saver’s reference list below to see if you are eligible for qualifying credits when […]

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Changes to UT WattSmart New Homes Program

Rocky Mountain Power has received approval from the Utah Public Services Commission  to make updates to incentives, equipment, and qualifications associated with the wattsmart New Homes residential efficiency program. These changes will be effective Thursday, December 1, 2016 and may affect your participation in the program. Key changes to note include: All participating builders must […]

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Final Hearing for the 2018 IECC

Report Card on Kansas City Final Hearing on the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) Last week the Final Hearing of the 2018 IECC took place in Kansas City.  Working with HERS Raters and its strategic allies, RESNET was able to achieve a number of key successes.  The following are the key 2018 IECC provisions […]

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USGBC Utah Sustainability Summit

Utah Sustainability Summit Friday, October 21, 2016 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM followed by reception This annual event provides an informative and inspiring look at what is happening in the world of green building while giving our members an opportunity to get to know one another and enjoy a great day together. Event Highlights – […]

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Utah Code Adoption Issues

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