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HPC Releases the 2018 National Home Performance Conference Agenda & Offers a Holiday Deal!

Started Dec 21, 2017 0 Replies

This agenda is going to knock your holiday socks off. The HPC National Conference & Trade Show is where you will join over one thousand residential energy efficiency professionals for four days…Continue

 

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2019 Superior Performance - The Road to Excellence - Contractor Business Training at Pera Club

January 9, 2019 to January 10, 2019
This Sales, Quality, and Leadership training is distilled from hundreds of trainings to focus on these critical areas. You will learn how to focus on quality, reduce waste, cut operating costs, invest in efficient processes, improve operational consistency, and create satisfied and loyal customers and employees. You will see how value is defined by the customer and how value drives the market, your relationship with customers, and market volume. Within the quality context, you’ll see how to…See More
Oct 9
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Connecticut Energy Efficiency Policy Issues Get a Fast Start on the Fall Season

September has already been a busy month on two critical energy efficiency (EE) issues directly impacting home performance contractors in Connecticut. First, the United States District Court in Hartford heard oral arguments on a lawsuit to restore $145 million on Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy funds that were “swept” or taken out of EE program accounts by the Connecticut legislature in 2017. Second, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announced a new,…See More
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Connecticut Energy Efficiency Policy Issues Get a Fast Start on the Fall Season

September has already been a busy month on two critical energy efficiency (EE) issues directly impacting home performance contractors in Connecticut. First, the United States District Court in Hartford heard oral arguments on a lawsuit to restore $145 million on Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy funds that were “swept” or taken out of EE program accounts by the Connecticut legislature in 2017. Second, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announced a new,…See More
Sep 28
Home Performance Coalition's blog post was featured

Why Open Standards Matter for Home Energy Efficiency

This is the first of a new monthly series that will showcase the benefits of HPXML in scaling the home energy efficiency industry by organizations that use the data standard – software companies, utility programs, government, and contractors. Every month, the blog will feature a new writer who will describe their organization or program’s experiences with HPXML, including both the technical and business aspects of HPXML adoption and use. The goal of…See More
Sep 28
Julie Caracino liked Home Performance Coalition's group HPXML
Sep 27
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Why Open Standards Matter for Home Energy Efficiency

This is the first of a new monthly series that will showcase the benefits of HPXML in scaling the home energy efficiency industry by organizations that use the data standard – software companies, utility programs, government, and contractors. Every month, the blog will feature a new writer who will describe their organization or program’s experiences with HPXML, including both the technical and business aspects of HPXML adoption and use. The goal of…See More
Sep 27
Home Performance Coalition posted an event

2019 Superior Performance - The Road to Excellence - Contractor Business Training at Pera Club

January 9, 2019 to January 10, 2019
This Sales, Quality, and Leadership training is distilled from hundreds of trainings to focus on these critical areas. You will learn how to focus on quality, reduce waste, cut operating costs, invest in efficient processes, improve operational consistency, and create satisfied and loyal customers and employees. You will see how value is defined by the customer and how value drives the market, your relationship with customers, and market volume. Within the quality context, you’ll see how to…See More
Sep 26
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Sep 25
Home Performance Coalition's blog post was featured

Summer Season Highlights on Home Performance in the States

Although the Summer Season is quickly coming to an end, HPC has seen an unusual amount of positive activity in the states on residential energy efficiency policy – with more deadlines and activities coming through the end of August. HPC and its allies have been particularly active in the following states:North Carolina – HPC presented at the North Carolina Energy Policy Council’s August 15, 2018, Quarterly meeting in Raleigh, NC on reforming cost-effectiveness testing to better target energy…See More
Aug 30
Home Performance Coalition posted a blog post

Summer Season Highlights on Home Performance in the States

Although the Summer Season is quickly coming to an end, HPC has seen an unusual amount of positive activity in the states on residential energy efficiency policy – with more deadlines and activities coming through the end of August. HPC and its allies have been particularly active in the following states:North Carolina – HPC presented at the North Carolina Energy Policy Council’s August 15, 2018, Quarterly meeting in Raleigh, NC on reforming cost-effectiveness testing to better target energy…See More
Aug 23
Jim Gunshinan liked Home Performance Coalition's blog post New Consortium for Energy Efficiency Report – High Stakes for Energy Efficiency
Jul 16
Home Performance Coalition's blog post was featured

Making a Difference in DC: First Annual Contractor Lobby Day

In April 2018, members from across the home performance industry traveled to Washington, DC to participate in the first annual Contractor Lobby Day. The lobby day, which was sponsored by E4TheFuture, consisted of meetings with members of Congress and their staff to advocate for residential energy efficiency/home performance policy. The event was free to attend and provided an opportunity for members of the home…See More
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Home Performance Coalition (HPC)
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Contractor: general (new/remodel), Educator / Trainer, Energy efficiency / Weatherization program administrator or implementer / evaluator, Government: federal, Government: state
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ASHI, BPI, NARI, NATE, Other
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The Home Performance Coalition (HPC) is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization that works with industry leaders in the home performance and weatherization industries. HPC collaborates with like-minded organizations to ensure all homes are healthy, comfortable, and energy-efficient. Through projects, policy, publication, online communities, and regional and national conferences, HPC brings together industry leaders to exchange ideas, solve problems and build momentum for the rapidly-growing residential energy efficiency industry.

HPC has more than 30 years of experience providing the industry’s premier educational events, trainings, and trade shows in partnership with the nation’s leading experts in home performance and weatherization. Commenting on, researching, writing, presenting and promoting several policy reports each year, HPC advances access to healthy homes and builds a stronger community. Continuing the legacy of HPC's collaborative work, Home Energy Pros Forum became a division of HPC in 2017. By continuing this great work, HPC is able to catalog the great discussions of the past and become the gathering place for information exchanges of tomorrow and beyond.

HPC has several funders, more than 25 sponsors, nearly 100 exhibitors, more than 3,000 attendees and more than 6,000 forum members that annually support the industry through HPC’s activities. HPC has offices in Washington D.C. and Pittsburgh, PA.
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Connecticut Energy Efficiency Policy Issues Get a Fast Start on the Fall Season

Posted on September 28, 2018 at 2:11pm 0 Comments

September has already been a busy month on two critical energy efficiency (EE) issues directly impacting home performance contractors in Connecticut. First, the United States District Court in Hartford heard oral arguments on a lawsuit to restore $145 million on Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy funds that were “swept” or taken out of EE program accounts by the Connecticut legislature in 2017. Second, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announced a new,…

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Why Open Standards Matter for Home Energy Efficiency

Posted on September 27, 2018 at 10:45am 0 Comments

This is the first of a new monthly series that will showcase the benefits of HPXML in scaling the home energy efficiency industry by organizations that use the data standard – software companies, utility programs, government, and contractors. Every month, the blog will feature a new writer who will describe their organization or program’s experiences with HPXML, including both the technical and business aspects of HPXML…

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Summer Season Highlights on Home Performance in the States

Posted on August 23, 2018 at 11:34am 0 Comments

Although the Summer Season is quickly coming to an end, HPC has seen an unusual amount of positive activity in the states on residential energy efficiency policy – with more deadlines and activities coming through the end of August. HPC and its allies have been particularly active in the following states:

North Carolina – HPC presented at the North Carolina Energy Policy Council’s August 15, 2018, Quarterly meeting in Raleigh, NC on reforming…

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Making a Difference in DC: First Annual Contractor Lobby Day

Posted on July 10, 2018 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

In April 2018, members from across the home performance industry traveled to Washington, DC to participate in the first annual Contractor Lobby Day. The lobby day, which was sponsored by E4TheFuture, consisted of meetings with members of Congress and their staff to advocate for residential energy efficiency/home performance policy. The event was free to attend and provided an…

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John Nicholas replied to Jerry Needham's discussion Blower door test for small apartment building
"What standard are you testing to? Energy Star requires 5 ACH @ 50.   Code is 3.0 etc…"
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John Nicholas replied to Jerry Needham's discussion Blower door test for small apartment building
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