KEEA Conference

PSD Sponsors KEEA Conference 2017

Planning to attend the 2017 KEEA Conference in Beautiful Hershey, PA? If so, we hope to see you there! Make sure to look for our team on Thursday night in the Fountain Lobby, as PSD will be sponsoring the social cocktail hour! About KEEA: The Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA) is dedicated to promoting the…

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4 PSD RESNET Presentations You Won’t Want to Miss

  Energy Code Compliance: Opportunities for Raters and Program Administrators Monday, February 27, 2017 – 10:30 AM-12:00 PM, Apache I Presenters: Mike Barcik,  Amy Dzura,  Mike Turns  https://conference.resnet.us/program#300 An increasing number of states and utilities are including energy code compliance enhancement programs in their energy efficiency program portfolios, but for these programs to become widespread,…

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PECO New Home Rebates Unveil New ENERGY STAR Certified Multifamily Units in Philadelphia

In a ribbon cutting ceremony on September 30, 2016, PECO Vice President of Governmental Affairs, Tony Gay publically unveiled 938 New Market Street, a new ENERGY STAR certified multifamily residential development in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia. The 15-unit building is equipped with energy efficient technologies, high-efficiency appliances, and a green roof. Stull Investments,…

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Happy Earth Day & Thank You

This Earth Day we thank our clients and partners for supporting our efforts to bring efficiency, health and sustainability to the places we live and work.

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Energy Department Partners with Performance Systems Development to Deploy Asset Score and Identify Energy Efficiency Savings in Buildings

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a partnership with Performance Systems Development (PSD) to promote the use of DOE’s Building Energy Asset Scoring Tool (the Asset Score). PSD is part of the Asset Score National Leadership Network, comprised of 21 companies, federal agencies, and state and local governments committed to working with DOE to either use the Asset Score to diagnose energy efficiency opportunities in their buildings and energy-related building systems, or to support educational opportunities to spread knowledge about the Asset Score. To date, the Asset Score has been used on 825 commercial and multifamily residential buildings nationwide totaling more than 83 million square feet.