We’re on the cover of BuildingEnergy magazine!

Pic of BuildingEnergy Magazine

We’re on the cover of Building Energy magazine, Fall 2014.

There is a description of the entries to the 2014 Zero Net Energy Building Award, and an article we wrote to go along with our entry.

It’s not available online yet, but when it is, it should be available from the NESEA BuildingEnergy Magazine page.

* Note to magazine editor, the last name is Burks, not Burk. The home is in New York, not New Hampshire. CFM stands for Cubic Feet per Minute, not Cubic Feet per Meter.

7 Responses to “We’re on the cover of BuildingEnergy magazine!”

  1. 3 Chris 1-October-2014 at 2:01 pm

    Congrats! That’s exciting.

  2. 4 Sean McLoughlin 2-October-2014 at 7:22 am

    That’s a great shot of the house.

  3. 5 Mary 2-October-2014 at 11:04 am


  4. 6 Jim Merrithew 2-October-2014 at 7:38 pm

    Congratulations. It is great to see your efforts recognized.

  1. 1 Apply for the 2015 NESEA Zero Net Energy Building Award | Up Hill House Trackback on 13-November-2014 at 8:03 am

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