Modernize Home Energy Standards and Save Families $350 per Year

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Benjamin Jordan
9 years ago
This will create jobs right here in SLC! I know 'cuz I was looking for them after I got the training last year.

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Mary Sotele
9 years ago
A win/ win. Makes everyone happy. The best way to go! Update Utah's home energy code!

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Sara Auck
9 years ago
As a homeowner and future homebuyer, I care about energy codes and want all of Utah's new homes to be built to the latest standards.

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Christopher Hill
9 years ago
This is a very simple, low-cost, and effective way to improve national security, strengthen the economy, and protect the environment.

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Jacqueline Wittmeyer
9 years ago
I would like affordable, clean energy for the residents of our State.

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John Jelte
9 years ago
Preserve natural resources

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Alan Naumann
9 years ago
Contractors will be held accountable by consumers who want to know objectively if the new house they want to buy is energy efficient compared to competitors. It will decrease coal burning. Go solar!

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April Abate-Adams
9 years ago
I would also add that it is time for our energy companies to step up to the plate and offer better reimbursements to customers who upgrade their applicances. Currently, the Rocky Mountain Power reimbursement for a new Energy Star-compliant dishwater and refridgerator is only a measly $20 each. This is small potatoes to a consumer, who is typically spending well over $1000.000 for an energy efficient refridgerator.

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Dana Dolsen
9 years ago
I and my two daughters are all asthmatic and Utah needs to move away from carbon based energy sources asap for our and our planet's health.

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Lisa Miller-Carlson
9 years ago
We built a new home in 2012, and we love it. The builders took the tax credit for supposedly making our home enrergy sufficient. The only thing obvious is the Energy efficient light bulbs and Energy efficient appliances that we would of bought anyway. We want to put in Solar panels and a small windmill on our roof and our HOA sayes we can't do that. Isn't it for the greater good of our enviroment and sustainability for all. It is a shame our state isn't up on current measures for energy efficiency.