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Wood Smoke Program Reduction Strategies (WSPRS) Workgroup Recommendations: Lisa Rector, NESCAUM [1%]
WAP and Biomass Heating Appliances: Dave Rinebolt, DOE [1%]
Industry Perspective on RHNY Incentive Program: Mark Odell, Econoburn [1%]
Industry perspective on space heating incentive programs: John Crouch, HPBA [1%]
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Heating Equipment Options: Lauren Christopher, HUD [1%]
EPA Residential Wood Smoke Programs: Larry Brockman, EPA OAQPS [1%]
Changing Face of Change-outs: John Ackerly & Melissa Bollman, Green Heat Alliance [1%]
Ithaca Ambient Wood Smoke Monitoring: K. Max Zhang, Ph.D., Cornell University [1%]
Emission sensitivity to non-homogenous fuel decomposition: Paul DesJardin, Ph.D., State University of NY at Buffalo [1%]
Hydronic systems: Importance of sizing and design, lessons learned: John Siegenthaler, P.E., Appropriate Design [1%]
Decombustion theory – determining real-time emissions during non-homogeneous combustion of solid fuels: Crispin Pemberton-Pigott, New Dawn Engineering [1%]
Does ambient wood smoke in Rochester, NY increase levels of cardiovascular biomarkers and/or trigger myocardial infarction?: David Rich, Sc.D., M.P.H, University of Rochester Medical Center [1%]
Particle measurements: Pat Fritz, New York State Department of Health and Brian Frank, Ph.D., New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) [1%]
Indoor and outdoor air quality monitoring for residential wood combustion: Andrea Ferro, Ph.D., Clarkson University [1%]
Test method primer: Tom Butcher, Ph.D., Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) [1%]
Understanding and Reducing Residential Wood Combustion Emissions [1%]
ZEV Requirements in Section 177 States [1%]
Cleaner, More Efficient Auto Technologies Advancing Faster than Anticipated [1%]
Cleaner, More Efficient Auto Technologies Advancing Faster than Anticipated [1%]
Why EVs Flow to California [1%]
This Month At NESCAUM [1%]
Nearly All US Coal Plants Now Comply with EPA Mercury & Air Toxics Rule [1%]
OpenSans WOFF [1%]
OpenSans TTF [1%]
OpenSans SVG [1%]
OpenSans EOT [1%]
New York State Wood Heat Report [1%]
New York State Wood Heat Report: An Energy, Environmental, and Market Assessment [1%]
Resources/Links [1%]
International Alliance Aims for All New Cars To Be Zero-Emission by 2050 [1%]

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