- n. One who retrofits.
- retrofit + -er (Wiktionary)
“And it's not just the lender, borrower, retrofitter and solar manufacturer shall benefit from PACE.”
“And they will create local green retrofitter/installer jobs.”
“Or would it be more practical for a retrofitter to sub-contract the pieces themselves?”
“Jph Wacheski, the chief retrofitter, wrote the article below for people wanting to do the same in the most recent”
“More importantly, consumers would be able to obtain refunds or discounts under service-level agreements with the retrofitter covering savings and comfort.”
“To convert retrofits into a security, of course, the banks would have to pay homeowners either directly or indirectly through the retrofitter.”
“You can do the work yourself or hire a professional energy retrofitter.”
“As a builder or retrofitter, you can purchase a booklet about helping homeowners achieve compliance with the ICC 700-2008 National Green Building Standard (NGBS) here.”
“Recurve (initially called Sustainable Spaces) started as a home energy retrofitter.”
“Recurve, the energy efficiency retrofitter and software developer, is getting a retrofit itself.”
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