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Digital Nova Scotia features Blue House Energy as their Member of the Month

Shawna HendersonApril 27, 2022

Digital Nova Scotia recently interviewed Blue House Energy CEO, Shawna Henderson to find out more about Blue House Energy, how they operate, and what has helped transform her vision into an industry leading business.

New Podcast Poised to Disrupt the Building Science Industry

Shawna HendersonJuly 09, 2021

July 9, 2021 (K'jipuktuk/Halifax, NS)   This Must Be The Place: The Building Science Podcast is hosted by nationally recognized leader and innovator in the housing efficiency sector, Shawna Henderson. This Must Be The Place is full of personal stories, inspiration, highly practical tools, observations, tactics and strategies as well...

GreenHome Institute Offers Online Learning From Blue House Energy

Matt HerdonJanuary 22, 2015

Green Renovation Gets A Boost From Online Learning in Building Science for Energy Efficient Homes IBS, Las Vegas, NV January 22, 2015 - GreenHome Institute (GHI) announces the immediate availability of Building Science Basics online training course by Blue House Energy (BHE). The course ensures everyone involved in energy efficient home construction and renovation  has a common understanding of how heat, air and moisture interact and affect the house’s performance. The result is lower energy costs, comfort, and health in homes.

Energy Efficiency Experts Blue House Energy Introduce Online Learning Program for Trades and Contractors

Shawna HendersonFebruary 27, 2014

Building Science Basics course enables builders to hone their knowledge of building science and energy efficiency and lower call back rates. Halifax, NS.  February 27, 2014 – The renovation and new construction industries have a new resource to help them build more energy efficient housing as a result of Blue House Energy’s launch of its on-line course, Building Science Basics. The comprehensive, self-directed online program is designed for tradespeople, contractors, and builders who want to improve their knowledge of building science and energy efficiency. Understanding the ‘why’ behind energy efficiency measures improves how the work is done, leading to a lower call back rate from homeowners, thereby increasing the efficiency of the work done.