Ally organization, E4TheFuture, launched the “Faces of EE" campaign on Twitter in 2017.

This campaign is a long-haul effort to highlight the unsung heroes of energy efficiency and raise awareness to help policymakers make smart decisions for our industry.

Follow @FacesOfEE to see your fellow BPI Certified Professionals & BPI GoldStar Contractors profiled.

Want to get involved and be profiled yourself in 2017 or 2018? Visit: https://e4thefuture.org/how-we-help/faces-of-ee/, click on "Participate" and then email:policy@e4thefuture.org.

Faces of EE campaign

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