Energy Efficiency & Building Science News

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Billions of dollars are spent on building envelope failures annually — a largely preventable problem if building mock-ups — “crash test dummies for building enclosures”— are specified.

- Energy Efficiency News

The products selected for Building Design+Construction’s annual 101 Top Products report are determined by you, our readers.

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The government’s ban on using combustible materials in external walls of high-rise residential towers could stymie the use of innovative products such as photovoltaic panels and green walls, according to a leading designer.

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BASF and an affiliate of Lone Star, a global private equity firm, signed a purchase agreement for the acquisition of BASF’s Construction Chemicals business.

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has published a final determination of energy savings for the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), affirming that the updated code will increase energy efficiency in residential buildings.

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Energy efficiency is a diverse and immensely powerful toolkit that has saved hundreds of billions of dollars in energy costs while preventing sharp increases in greenhouse gas emissions, but progress is now at risk of stalling, a report finds.

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Be sure to read the top ten most read Energy Efficiency & Building Science News headlines from the past quarter.

- Energy Efficiency News

The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee issued a draft version of the GREEN Act.

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Registration is now open for Roofing Day in D.C. 2020 held April 21-22 in our Nation’s Capital.

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