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  1. Very few people understand relative humidity or dew point, much less manage these critical energy points effectively.

    Add to this the common assumption that jerking temperature around on a daily basis saves boatloads of energy. We need to stop thinking of our homes as thungs we drive like corvettes, and start thinking of them like semi-trailers, or freight trains. Focus on momentum, not acceleration.

    If we are able to change to public consciousness about managing temperature from ‘heating up’ or ‘cooling down’ our homes to that of replacing energy lost -, matching load – then managing humidity, avoiding mold through better control of dew point surface temperatures, and energy efficiency will be much easier to achieve.


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