Posts Tagged ‘ energy savings ’

New Building Codes Could Save Energy and Reduce Climate Impact, Says DOE

Aug 17th, 2021

New energy building code proposals from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) would save American homes and businesses $138 billion in the next 30 years in energy costs. Information released recently from the DOE claims its proposals would save an equivalent of $162 annually per residential home, while reducing the American building sector’s impact on […]

Sizing Up: Multi-Panel Doors Are Becoming a Unique Market Segment

Jun 14th, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred an existing trend for integrating the indoors and outdoors using arrays of multiple glass door panels. These reap the psychological benefits and energy savings of natural light and fresh air, while still allowing closure for protection against the elements. Such multi-panel exterior door systems often feature multiple sliding, operable panels […]

Proposed Energy Savings Bills Have Industry Watching

Jul 19th, 2019

Energy savings are on the minds of many in the U.S. Government right now, if the bills being introduced are any indication. Earlier in the week Senators Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) proposed the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act. The bill, referred to as the Shaheen-Portman Energy Bill, “will spur the use […]

Portman Visits Quanex in Cambridge

Aug 23rd, 2013

On Wednesday, U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) visited Quanex in Cambridge, Ohio. Last year, Quanex chose Cambridge as a central hub for its warm-edge spacer system production, which ships worldwide. “Quanex is excited to host a U.S. Senator who is helping lead the push for energy efficiency at a national level,” says Ric Jackson, director […]

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