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BPI Works with NATE and NORA to Expand Accreditation Options for the HVAC Contractor

Calling all HVAC contractors! BPI is working with NATE and NORA to expand accreditation options for HVAC contracting companies. BPI has es…

Started by Cierra Mooney

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Looking for a Rater in Sacramento Area

I'm currently set up as a participating contractor for both SMUD and PG&E Home Upgrade programs. The fact that I live in Orange County…

Started by Brian A McFadden

1 Jan 14
Reply by Building Performance Institute

VERY TIGHT HOME WITH OVER SIZED AC

Just completed an audit and manual j for a home in downtown Chicago this week.  Home is less than 1 year. 5 stories include basement.  Bloc…

Started by Jerry Needham

7 Aug 23, 2018
Reply by Chris Heenan

Building Analyst to HEP Energy Auditor Gap Analysis?

Not much buzz about the BPI / BOE "Home Energy Professional" (HEP) pilot certification exam program coming up in August and September.  100…

Started by Andy Duncan

0 Jun 6, 2018

Which is the valid draft test?

The L-shaped probe grew legs, so this was improvised with a straight metal tube. There seems to be a persistent notion that angling the…

Started by Griffin Hagle

17 Mar 15, 2018
Reply by Paul Morin

Test out on a hot day

Was interested if members had a different approach to firing an atmospheric  boiler or furnace on a hot day, in order to test and inspect f…

Started by Kevin Hanlon

1 Oct 3, 2017
Reply by scott suddreth

Siemen Scholarship for BPI Certification - Applications due 11/30/17

The Jon Siemen Memorial Scholarship is intended to help individuals in the industry who are working to make a difference in the comfort, he…

Started by Building Performance Institute

0 Sep 26, 2017

Testing spillage in mechanical closet?

What are the current protocols for testing spillage on a natural draft appliance under worst case in a mechanical closet that is too small…

Started by Blake Shurtz

2 Sep 30, 2016
Reply by Chris Clay

Required - BPI Energy Modeling and Work Scope

$70 off! Did you know that BPI requires that six of your 30 CEUs must be in training specific to software modeling and work scope developme…

Started by Green Training USA

0 Jun 18, 2015

BPI Partners with BBB on Consumer Marketing

BPI is partnering with the Better Business Bureau to educate consumers on home performance energy upgrades. In conjunction with BBB's educa…

Started by Everblue Training

0 Jan 8, 2014

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Capillary break retrofit

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Help with OpenStudio/EnergyPlus

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Insulating Chilled/Cold Water Lines

Started by Sean Wiens in HVAC. Last reply by Sean Wiens Jan 20. 10 Replies

What's the Most Profitable HVAC Job for Your Company?

Started by Wayne Melancon in HVAC. Last reply by bebelyn accessdoors Jan 16. 5 Replies

Looking for a Rater in Sacramento Area

Started by Brian A McFadden in BPI. Last reply by Building Performance Institute Jan 14. 1 Reply

Hydronic System Critique

Started by Sean Wiens in HVAC. Last reply by Sean Wiens Jan 14. 8 Replies

Condensation Quick Fix

Started by Dan Antonioli in General Forum. Last reply by Sean Wiens Jan 13. 12 Replies

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