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This report demonstrates that the cost increase to build a zero-energy or zero-energy ready home is modest—far less than consumers, builders, and policymakers realize—and highlights methods builders and policymakers can use to drive increased market penetration. Costs are expected to continue declining over time as this market matures...

Why It Matters

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The Energy Department released updated versions of the state-of-the-art open-source whole-building energy modeling tools: the EnergyPlus™ engine and the OpenStudio™ software development kit (SDK) and application.

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Happy Spring Equinox!

This month I’d like to highlight our chapters – did you know that IBPSA-USA has 20 chapters around the country? Go to our web site (www.ibpsa.us) and take a look – is there one in your area? There are chapters at universities, communities and even entire states.

Our chapters sponsor...

 

IBPSA-USA is pleased to offer up to five scholarships for students and young professionals to attend the IBPSA Building Simulation Conference in Rome Italy, September 2-4, 2019. Funding is provided by the U.S Department of Energy. Find conference information at...

ASHRAE announces that applications for the new ...

The Wisconsin Chapter's first speaker meeting, Exploring Simulation Evolution in Wisconsin and Beyond, was a well attended event at the TESS office on Capitol Square in the heart of Madison. There were a total of 13 in attendance the evening...

Introducing Your New Board of Directors

Greetings from your new IBPSA-USA board. First, I want to welcome those new board members Anna Brannon (Atelier Ten), ...

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