The couple's house has a Home Energy Rating System (HERS) score of -43.
What does HERS stand for?
HERS stands for Home Energy Rating System
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We have 54 other meanings of HERS in our Acronym Attic
- Human Estrogen Related Receptor-2
- Higher Education Regulatory Review Group (UK)
- Health Research Resource Office
- Head End Ring Switching (Protocol)
- Heart and Estrogen/Progestin Replacement Study
- Helicopter Expedient Refueling System
- Helicopter Rappel Spotter (various organizations)
- High Energy Range Spectrometer
- Higher Education Resources Services
- Highway Electrical Registration Scheme (UK)
- Hydrogeochemical Engineering and Remediation of Soil (Lab; Technical University of Crete)
- Hyperion Energy Recovery System
- Hysterectomy Education Resources and Services (Foundation)
- Highway Economic Requirements - State Version
- Health Resources and Services Administration
- Home Energy Rating Systems Council (Washington, DC)
- Helium Resonant Scattering in the Corona and Heliosphere (space experiment)
- Hacker Emergency Response Team (computer hacking)
- Headquarters Emergency Relocation Team
- Hospital Emergency Response Team (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Some lenders offer energy-efficient mortgages (EEMs,) which include a home energy audit, known as a Home Energy Rating System (HERs) report, provided by the Residential Services Network (RESNET), which is officially recognized by the U.
To qualify for the program, homeowners must either buy a new energy-efficient home, or commit to upgrades of an existing building as recommended by an inspector certified through the Home Energy Rating System (HERS).
2000) examines the effectiveness of local and national social marketing approaches to engage homeowners in a nationally standardised home energy rating system (HERS).
Energy efficiency assumptions for heating and cooling were based on estimates from the Home Energy Rating Systems Council.