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This product is a PDF that contains links to files that consist of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker (recorded presentation), PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp3) as noted.

Great progress has been made in reducing residential energy consumption, with the latest buzzword being net-zero. Whether a home is net-zero or very low energy, it is critically important that energy efficiency measures do not compromise the indoor environment. Homes, and buildings in general, exist for the occupants, not to win energy efficiency competitions, and there is a perceived, and in some cases real, tension between the goals of energy efficiency and indoor air quality. As we move towards low-energy homes, we need to consider IAQ by providing low-energy homes that support and ideally improve the health and comfort of the occupants.

Field Study of Airtightness, Ventilation and IAQ in 24 High Performance Green California Homes
Brennan Less
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VOC and HCHO Measurements in New Homes
Brett Singer, Ph.D., Member
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The Realities of Operation and Occupancy in Net-Zero Energy Homes: Two Case Studies
Kurt Roth, Ph.D., Member
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IAQ Specs in a Net-Zero Energy Research Home: How Well Did They Work?
Andrew K. Persily, Ph.D., Member
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Citation: ASHRAE Seminar Recordings, 2014 Winter Conference, New York, NY