Recent Episodes

Today, I feel very in tune with this podcast’s stated mission:   Building HVAC Science covers a broad array of topics in building science and HVAC diagnostics, as well as human comfort, health, and safety….; this show will take a deep dive...

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For several years, in southern Maine, a small group of building professionals have been getting together monthly to discuss building science.     Many topics are brought up for discussion: high performance windows, venting cathedral...

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Today’s guest, Anna Desimone has done an awesome job compiling resources for consumers to learn about factors, features and benefits of building an Energy Efficient home.   Anna is author of Live in a Home that Pays You Back--A Complete Guide...

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My three esteemed guests/amigos shed some light on common misconceptions in the HVACR industry.   We talk about fun topics like: Heatpumps are only for the south of the Mason-Dixon line A1 refrigerants are Non-Flammable A2L refrigerants are...

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Listen in as Phil Zito describes the journey he has taken from being bored, to blogging to building a business that provides top notch online training and workforce development programs.    Formerly known as Building Automation Monthly, a...

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I was thrilled to get the opportunity to interview Shawn McLaughlin, after having been impressed with the simplicity and value of using an Emporia Vue Energy Monitor for a year or so before I met him.    Shawn shares with us his back story...

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I met Griffin at the conference several years ago and found him to be thoughtful, insightful and a quiet but powerful champion of the principles he believes in.   In todays’ podcast we discuss electrification in Alaska, the deep retrofit work...

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Adam is a man full of energy and drive and is always eager to help.   Listen in as Adam describes the arc of his career that started in political activism and currently involves him in software, home decarbonization and net zero retrofits.  ...

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Katelyn Woodling joins us on today’s podcast to discuss the background and development of Bosch IDS Heat Pumps (Inverter Ducted Split).   Katie is the manager of Product management for Bosch Heating and Cooling, North America and works out of...

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If you are in HVAC, Home Performance, IAQ or follow “electrification” and you HAVEN’T heard of Nate Adams, you will do yourself good to listen to this podcast or follow some of the links below.   Oh, and we did not get into the awesome...

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