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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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Jim Gunshinan liked Home Performance Coalition's blog post New Consortium for Energy Efficiency Report – High Stakes for Energy Efficiency
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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
Jul 11
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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
Jul 10
Home Performance Coalition's blog post was featured

New Consortium for Energy Efficiency Report – High Stakes for Energy Efficiency

Given the critical role that state and local energy policy and regulations play in the development of energy efficiency marketplaces, HPC focuses on removing state and local barriers to the growth of small businesses seeking to thrive in the residential energy efficiency marketplace. HPC's policy efforts are focused on state-based cost-effectiveness testing.Why this focus?Virtually every state uses some version of the five cost effectiveness tests outlined in the 1983 California Standard…See More
Jul 9
Home Performance Coalition posted a blog post

New Consortium for Energy Efficiency Report – High Stakes for Energy Efficiency

Given the critical role that state and local energy policy and regulations play in the development of energy efficiency marketplaces, HPC focuses on removing state and local barriers to the growth of small businesses seeking to thrive in the residential energy efficiency marketplace. HPC's policy efforts are focused on state-based cost-effectiveness testing.Why this focus?Virtually every state uses some version of the five cost effectiveness tests outlined in the 1983 California Standard…See More
Jul 6
Julie Caracino liked Home Performance Coalition's blog post Advancing Home Energy Labeling through Data Standardization
Jun 27
Home Performance Coalition's blog post was featured

Adding Value to Contractors’ Work in the Mortgage Market

 Home Performance Coalition, with the Appraisal Institute, is working to increase demand for residential energy efficiency by ensuring that the improvements people make to their homes – largely completed by contractors – are accurately reflected in the value of the home. If energy efficiency upgrades are…See More
Jun 26
Home Performance Coalition posted a blog post

Adding Value to Contractors’ Work in the Mortgage Market

 Home Performance Coalition, with the Appraisal Institute, is working to increase demand for residential energy efficiency by ensuring that the improvements people make to their homes – largely completed by contractors – are accurately reflected in the value of the home. If energy efficiency upgrades are…See More
Jun 26
Home Performance Coalition liked Quinn Korzeniecki's discussion Application Period for 2018 Energy Auditor (EA) and Quality Control Inspector (QCI) Pilots Now Open
Jun 26
M. Smith liked Home Performance Coalition's blog post Advancing Home Energy Labeling through Data Standardization
Jun 25
Home Performance Coalition's blog post was featured

Advancing Home Energy Labeling through Data Standardization

Making energy efficiency features visible at the time of home sale is a strategy with transformational potential. If homeowners know that the value of their home is increased by energy efficiency improvements, in the same way that it is enhanced by more visible amenities such as granite countertops, they will be much more likely to invest in those improvements.HPC believes that providing real estate professionals and appraisers with high-quality information and data about a home’s energy…See More
Jun 18
Home Performance Coalition posted a blog post

Advancing Home Energy Labeling through Data Standardization

Making energy efficiency features visible at the time of home sale is a strategy with transformational potential. If homeowners know that the value of their home is increased by energy efficiency improvements, in the same way that it is enhanced by more visible amenities such as granite countertops, they will be much more likely to invest in those improvements.HPC believes that providing real estate professionals and appraisers with high-quality information and data about a home’s energy…See More
Jun 14
Home Performance Coalition's blog post was featured

Always Committed to Healthy Homes & IAQ!

June is National Healthy Homes Month (NHHM)! This month-long celebration offers an opportunity to learn more about housing and its impact on health, empowering families to protect themselves from hazards in their home. June’s outreach activities aim to greatly boost awareness and understanding of what federal and local resources are available to make a difference in the lives of all residents, regardless of where they live. Learn more and get involved! Visit the …See More
Jun 6
Home Performance Coalition posted a blog post

Always Committed to Healthy Homes & IAQ!

June is National Healthy Homes Month (NHHM)! This month-long celebration offers an opportunity to learn more about housing and its impact on health, empowering families to protect themselves from hazards in their home. June’s outreach activities aim to greatly boost awareness and understanding of what federal and local resources are available to make a difference in the lives of all residents, regardless of where they live. Learn more and get involved! Visit the …See More
Jun 5
dixie wong liked Home Performance Coalition's blog post HPC 2018 Spring State Outreach Highlights
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HPC 2018 Spring State Outreach Highlights

Since the HPC National Conference in Philadelphia in April 2018 we have been following up with contractors and state allies in three critical areas:Partnering with State Contractor Organizations:Supporting Conrad Metcalfe and the Building Performance Contractors Association of New York State on implementation of practical, contractor friendly programs related to the Governor’s New Efficiency, New York White PaperSupporting Ryan Miller and NC Building Performance Association’s development of a…See More
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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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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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New Consortium for Energy Efficiency Report – High Stakes for Energy Efficiency

Posted on July 6, 2018 at 9:38am 0 Comments

Given the critical role that state and local energy policy and regulations play in the development of energy efficiency marketplaces, HPC focuses on removing state and local barriers to the growth of small businesses seeking to thrive in the residential energy efficiency marketplace. HPC's policy efforts are focused on state-based cost-effectiveness testing.

Why this focus?

Virtually every state uses some version of the five cost…

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Adding Value to Contractors’ Work in the Mortgage Market

Posted on June 26, 2018 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

 

Home Performance Coalition, with the Appraisal Institute, is working to increase demand for residential energy efficiency by ensuring that the improvements people make to their homes – largely completed by contractors – are accurately reflected in the value of the…

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Advancing Home Energy Labeling through Data Standardization

Posted on June 14, 2018 at 11:22am 0 Comments

Making energy efficiency features visible at the time of home sale is a strategy with transformational potential. If homeowners know that the value of their home is increased by energy efficiency improvements, in the same way that it is enhanced by more visible amenities such as granite countertops, they will be much more likely to invest in those improvements.

HPC believes that providing real estate professionals and appraisers with high-quality information and data about a home’s…

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1950s Home Retrofit to Super Efficient Passive House - Urban Green Building

This 1950s Montreal house was retrofitted to become a super efficient passive house by adding a 16 inch thick layer of cellulose insulation to the exterior. Maison Ozalée's builder, Richard Price from Construction Le Tournesol, also used triple…
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1950s Home Retrofit to Super Efficient Passive House - Urban Green Building

This 1950s Montreal house was retrofitted to become a super efficient passive house by adding a 16 inch thick layer of cellulose insulation to the exterior. ...
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Daniel Baur-McGuire replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Mini split air conditioners and ceiling fans
"Running a ceiling fan actually heats up air. Allison Bailes has some great articles on it.  I…"
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Daniel Baur-McGuire replied to Leslie Jackson's discussion DIY Filter Solution for an Evaporative Cooler, anyone?
"Where are the supply runs located? Look to make sure supply runs are sealed. I would second having…"
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"New build may not have been "dry" before finished and occupied. Residual moisture from…"
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Daniel Baur-McGuire replied to Jerry Needham's discussion VERY TIGHT HOME WITH OVER SIZED AC
"Oversized A/C systems wont pull out enough moisture from the conditioned air. I would check to make…"
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HERS Rater Training Discount ($200) Ends August 20th!

Online: September 17-28th (Times TBA)Classroom: October 1-5th in Manchester, NHFull fee: $2595…See More
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"There is no evidence to suggest that clean ducts leads to better overall health. However, it should…"
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Franco Oyuela replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Mini split air conditioners and ceiling fans
"Using a ceiling fan as part of a team to bring your maximum home cooling comfort. Adding a ceiling…"
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Beverly Lerch replied to Beverly Lerch's discussion Mini split air conditioners and ceiling fans
"Thank you.  Good information about the ceiling fans."
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