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Utah State University Extension Addressing Energy Issues, Dennis Hinkamp Feb 2001

Utah State University Extension Addressing Energy Issues, Dennis Hinkamp

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Energy Efficiency Can Help You Get A Home, Dennis Hinkamp Feb 2001

Energy Efficiency Can Help You Get A Home, Dennis Hinkamp

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It is a little known and seldom used financing tool, but Energy Efficient Mortgages (EEMs) can increase your buying power when looking for a home.


Classroom Scheduling Recommendations, Sharon Schmidtz Jan 2001

Classroom Scheduling Recommendations, Sharon Schmidtz

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Western is experiencing a classroom space crunch. Recommendations of classroom scheduling working group.


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Renters, Too, Can Save On Utility Costs, Donna Falkenborg Jan 2001

Renters, Too, Can Save On Utility Costs, Donna Falkenborg

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“Most energy conservation information is designed for homeowners, even though an increasing number of people are renting,” says Leona K. Hawks, Utah State University Extension housing specialist. “Many renters develop a short-timer mentality and don’t worry much about energy savings. However, utility bills do add up quickly so renters may wish to conserve on their energy use,” she advises.


Windows Are Key To Keeping Warm In Winter, Donna Falkenborg Jan 2001

Windows Are Key To Keeping Warm In Winter, Donna Falkenborg

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“With the price of fuel skyrocketing, now is the time to think about energy-saving projects around the house, and the best place to start is with your windows,” advises Leona K. Hawks, Utah State University Extension housing specialist.