Fairbanks Nonprofit Retrofit Pilot Project Interim Report: Documentation and Recommendations

Type: pdf
Author: Vanessa Spencer, Danny Powers
Year of Publishing: 2016
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Projects

Weatherization & Rebate Program Impacts Report An overview of the impacts of the Home Energy Rebate and Weatherization programs and success in accomplishing legislative goals:
Safe Effective Affordable Retrofits Testing a new batch of wall systems that can provide affordable retrofit options.
Rebate & Weatherization Program Evaluation Audit Process This project evaluated AHFC's weatherization and rebate programs to determine outcomes and recommend improvements.
Energy Use in Alaska's Public Facilities This is the first in-depth picture of the energy use of Alaska public buildings based on comprehensive energy audits of 327 public facilities. The average building can save $25,000 per year on energy just by modest investments in efficiency.
Fairbanks Nonprofit Retrofit Pilot This pilot project helps Alaska nonprofits save money by making their buildings more energy efficient. The goal is to help the nonprofit sector substantially reduce its energy costs so organizations can spend more on their mission.