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Cost-Effectiveness Study: Existing Single Family Residential Building Upgrades

Building Codes, Efficiency and Building Performance

The primary objective of the evaluation is to identify cost-effective energy upgrade measures and packages for existing single family buildings, to support the design of local ordinances requiring upgrades, which may be triggered by different events, such as at the time of a significant remodel or addition. Cost-effectiveness analysis was completed for all climate zones based on single family prototype designs representing buildings features commonly used during each of three vintages.

Frontier Energy, Misti Bruceri and Associates, June 11, 2021

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