The Berkeley Lab says tightening U.S. homes to the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code standard is achievable, and would save $33 billion annually.
EarthFix reports on how one Washington State couple took on some energy conservation projects in their home recently.
Center for American Progress reports on how the federal Weatherization Assistance Program exists to help make sure all Americans share benefits of energy efficiency.
The Building Performance Institute is adding four new certifications that will allow workers to qualify for jobs anywhere in the country.
Midwest Energy News reports that with home weatherization funding running out, many trained to do the work will be left out in the cold.
With the help from the Recovery Act, Washington state has weatherized more than 16,000 homes, earning plaudits from the Department of Energy.