HPC 2017 Home Performance Conference & Trade Show coming to Nashville, TN in March

HeatSpring is proud to partner with the Home Performance Coalition for an exciting, unique and intensive Conference and Trade Show focusing on building science, healthy housing, best business practices, program and technical innovations and more.

The HPC National Conference & Trade Show is where you will join over 1500 residential energy efficiency professionals for four days […]

February 21st, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized||

New Format for Deep Energy Retrofits by Marc Rosenbaum

We’ve just released a new version Marc Rosenbaum’s renowned Deep Energy Retrofits Course. Instead of a scheduled session which happens once a year, this course is now offered as a self-study on demand course which students can begin anytime.

We’ve replaced hand-graded assignments with quizzes and self-study work, which in turn made it possible for us […]

January 21st, 2017|Categories: Building Science, Passive House, Passive House, Sustainable Building, Uncategorized, Zero Net Energy Homes||

Results from our Customer Survey and Changes at HeatSpring

Over the past few months we have been conducting some intensive research and analysis of our customers. We conduced a large survey to our mailing list and received over 800 responses, about 50% were customers who had purchased a course for $1,000 or more and 50% were leads who decided not to buy but did take […]

January 4th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized||

Key Application for Microgrids: Oil & Gas Pipeline Protection from Corrosion

At first glance, it may seem as though the petro-chemical industry and the renewable energy industry are mutually exclusive. However, this is not the case. In fact, there are several areas where the former can benefit the latter. Of great significance, microgrids, a renewable energy technology, can protect buried oil and gas lines from corrosion.
The Problem: […]

Community Solar Industry in MA at Risk Due to Regulatory Changes

More and more people are interested in ‘going solar,’ but most people cannot put solar panels on their roof.
Originally published on RenewableEnergyWorld.com
Imagine this: you want to go solar, get an on-site assessment, and find out that your roof is not adequate due to tree shading, direction of the roof, or age of the roof. Over […]