[Equest-users] EQuest for EPAct
higgins at edi-arch.com
Fri Dec 12 11:40:06 PST 2008
Following up on this issue, I've heard talk that only licensed PE's can
perform this analysis. Is this true?
Thank you in advance for the insight.
Matthew Higgins, LEED AP
Environmental Dynamics, Inc.
Architecture and Sustainability Consulting Services
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Duke Graham wrote:
> I’ve seen this question posed here before, but I was wondering if
> there is any new information.
> Is there any progress on eQuest (and the DOE 2.2 engine) being
> approved for use with the EPAct commercial building tax deductions?
> Since the economic stimulus package effectively extended the
> incentives, I was wondering if any “insiders” who subscribe to this
> list know anything.
> I don’t want to have to abandon eQuest for an approved program if I
> don’t have to.
> Any info would be appreciated.
> Gaia New 4-29-08
> Duke Graham, LEED/® /AP
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