Access Energy Cooperative assisted the Fairfield Habitat for Humanity project with testing the home for energy efficiency. The Fairfield habitat program, spearheaded by Kathy Brown, partners with the Construction Tech class at the high school, led by Industrial Tech instructor Shawn Peck. Access Energy Coop Member Services Representative, Alan Raymer and Director of Member Services and Public Relations, Kim Davis conducted an energy audit, including a blower door test and thermal imaging to record building envelope tightness. The tests revealed that the students had done a very efficient job on building an energy efficiency home, which will help the future resident of the building with efficient heating and cooling costs.

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