New Energy-efficiency Standards for MH on Tap

The Natural Resources Defense Council reports the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) has assembled a working team to develop new energy-efficient standards for manufactured homes (MH) to replace the current ones that are over 20 years old. Noting the existence of nine million manufactured homes nationwide providing affordable housing for 20 million people, MHProNews understands the DOE estimates that introducing new guidelines for manufactured housing built over the next 30 years could save 200 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity as well as curtail carbon-dioxide emissions by 40 million metric tons. Consumers not only would enjoy greater comfort but also save nearly $500 million annually, according to the newsletter from the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI). ##

(Photo credit:–Ken Cantara, energy auditor)

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