Posts Tagged ‘ Energy Star for Windows ’

EPA’s Anderson Updates Industry on Energy Star

Jan 30th, 2014

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its final Energy Star Version 6.0 Residential Windows, Doors and Skylights Specification requirements earlier this month. This week, Doug Anderson, program manager, traveled to Connecticut to break down the requirements for members of the Northeast Window and Door Association during its winter meeting.  The implementation date remains at January […]

EPA Releases Latest Info on Most Efficient Program for Windows

Oct 23rd, 2012

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released draft 2 of the Proposed Eligibility for Recognition of Residential Windows for stakeholder review and comment. The draft pertains to ENERGY STAR’s Most Efficient 2013 eligibility for recognition of residential windows. This latest specification was developed with consideration to the comments received in response to the ENERGY STAR […]

Energy Star and SHEDS Focus of Recent Code Update

Oct 16th, 2012

There are various codes and standards that those in the door and window industry need to keep track of and Jessica Ferris, director of codes and standards for the Association of Millwork Distributors (AMD), outlined these standards for those who attended the AMD Convention and trade show last week in Louisville. Emily Zachery, D & […]