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  • WAPTAC Message Board - WAPTAC.org
    Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Welcome Guest Search Active Topics Log In Register ERROR WAPTAC SIRTT Forums WAPTAC Training and Technical Assistance Bath fan testing Bath fan testing Options Previous Topic Next Topic Krisp24 1 Posted Wednesday January 02 2013 11 49 14 AM UTC Rank Newbie Groups Registered Joined 8 17 2011 UTC Posts 3 Location Minnesota Thanks 0 times Was thanked 0 time s in 0 post s When using continuous flow bath fans what is the best way to test for low speed when there is a motion sensor for the high speed Back to top Report User Profile

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  • WAPTAC Message Board - WAPTAC.org
    How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Welcome Guest Search Active Topics Log In Register ERROR WAPTAC SIRTT Forums Current time 4 28 35 PM UTC Your last visit Saturday April 23 2016 4 09 46 PM UTC Forum Moderators Topics Posts Last Post WAPTAC What is WAP and where can I learn more General information about the WAP program 4 6 Wednesday June 13 2012 2 40 PM UTC in Funding Sources Data by borleans Training and Technical Assistance 1 Viewing Training and Technical Assistance Information 12 33 Wednesday April 23 2014 9 37 AM UTC in NEAT MHEA Data Collection Form Condensed by LucasR Data and Evaluations Data and Evaluations Information 1 2 Wednesday September 21 2011 1 59 PM UTC in NEAT Audit Solar Screens by ternesmp Other WAP Related Issues Other WAP Related Issues Information 5 11 Monday October 22 2012 1 10 PM UTC in NEAT MHEA by Tim Lenahan State Local Discussions State Local Discussions Information 7 12 Thursday September 05 2013 1 23

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  • Practices Health and Safety FAQs Master That Interactive Training Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA

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  • Search Engine Feedback
    Regulations Federal Regulations Earlier Versions of 10 CFR 440 Allocation Formula Appendix A Technical Tools DOE Quality Work Plan Energy Audits DOE Rules and Guidance on Audits Technical Aids Weatherization Assistant Weatherization Assistant 8 9 Weatherization Assistant 8 6 Weatherization Assistant Manuals Weatherization Assistant Support Material GIS Mapping Multifamily Audits Other Energy Audits Field Standards and Guides Refrigerator Guide Analysis Tool Water Heater Guide Health and Safety Health and Safety Guidance Best Practices Health and Safety FAQs Master That Interactive Training Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012

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  • News & Events - WAPTAC.org
    and Regulations Federal Regulations Earlier Versions of 10 CFR 440 Allocation Formula Appendix A Technical Tools DOE Quality Work Plan Energy Audits DOE Rules and Guidance on Audits Technical Aids Weatherization Assistant Weatherization Assistant 8 9 Weatherization Assistant 8 6 Weatherization Assistant Manuals Weatherization Assistant Support Material GIS Mapping Multifamily Audits Other Energy Audits Field Standards and Guides Refrigerator Guide Analysis Tool Water Heater Guide Health and Safety Health and Safety Guidance Best Practices Health and Safety FAQs Master That Interactive Training Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day

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  • Industry Job Opportunities
    Guidance on Audits Technical Aids Weatherization Assistant Weatherization Assistant 8 9 Weatherization Assistant 8 6 Weatherization Assistant Manuals Weatherization Assistant Support Material GIS Mapping Multifamily Audits Other Energy Audits Field Standards and Guides Refrigerator Guide Analysis Tool Water Heater Guide Health and Safety Health and Safety Guidance Best Practices Health and Safety FAQs Master That Interactive Training Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point

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  • 2013 White House Weatherization Event
    Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page 2013 White House Weatherization Event Washington DC Weatherization Drives New Technology and the Home Performance Industry the White House event hosted by NASCSP on December 9th demonstrated WAP s technical innovations leadership in the home performance industry and role as a go to partner for utility and other partnership projects For those in attendance as well as those who watched from afar via live stream we thank you The event generated more than 700 Twitter messages on the 9th alone as well as media coverage Here is a link from the White House website sharing supporting remarks from Dr David Danielson the Assistant Secretary of Energy The event provided information from a number of panels and

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  • 1st Due No Later Than July 31st Please submit applications in PAGE on or before the due dates and please be responsive and timely for resubmittals should an application be returned for clarification or correction For technical support contact the PAGE helpdesk at 866 492 4546 or via email PAGE Hotline ee doe gov Slide 5 Master File V 1 2 Approach to DeterminingBuilding Eligibility screen Gray box Add Historical Preservation process including when Agreement last signed Slide Notes The Recovery Act amended the DOE Weatherization Reweatherization dates and now allows Grantees and Subgrantees to weatherize homes previously weatherized from September 30 1994 and earlier This provision gives Grantees the flexibility to revisit those homes weatherized prior to 1994 that may not have received the full complement of Weatherization services including the use of an advanced energy audit or addressing health and safety concerns Slide 6 Master File V 1 4 Approach to Tribal Organizations screen Only check the box above if either of the two statements are true 1 The State subawards to Tribes serving Tribal lands or 2 The Tribe receives the award directly from DOE Gray boxes Slide Notes Approach to Tribal Organizations Applicants shall include a statement in accordance with 10 CFR 440 16 f that low income members of an Indian tribe will receive benefits equivalent to the assistance provided to other low income persons within the state unless the applicant has made the recommendation provided in 10 CFR 440 12 b 5 In such a case the applicant shall provide a recommendation that a tribal organization be treated as a local applicant eligible to submit an application pursuant to10 CFR 440 13 b if such a recommendation is to be made Slide 7 State Plan Updates For WPN 15 4 Quality Work Plan Budget

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