As part of the 2018 HPC Home Performance Conference & Trade Show, contractors are invited to travel to Washington D.C. and meet with key congressional offices to advocate for funding of residential energy efficiency programs, tax credits for residential retrofits, and other policies that can help advance the home performance industry. It is important that Congress hear from you about how federal policy can help create jobs for your business – and now is your time to tell them!

After attending three days of outstanding educational sessions, networking, and inspiration at the HPC National Conference, we are excited to offer you a chance to put it all into practice! This is your opportunity to meet with policymakers in DC and share the message that energy efficiency means jobs. We will provide talking points and background materials and take care of the scheduling – all you have to do is show up ready to tell your story!

Participants will be bussed from the conference in Philadelphia the evening of April 25 (dinner provided). The group will stay in a hotel close to Capitol Hill and attend meetings during the day on April 26. 

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