The Home Performance Coalition (HPC) was formed in 2014 as a merger between Affordable Comfort, Inc. and the National Home Performance Council (NHPC). Since that time, HPC has formed memorandums of understanding with three key organizations in the building performance industry, creating an organization with broad reach and influence. These organizations include: Home Energy Magazine, Efficiency First, and the Building Performance Institute (BPI).
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 events. HPC has over 30 years of experience providing conferences, trainings, and trade shows in partnership with the nation’s leading experts in home performance and weatherization. Researching, writing and presenting on several policy reports each year, HPC advances access to healthy homes. As the umbrella organization of Home Energy Magazine and Home Energy Pros Forum, 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 6,000 forum members that annually support the industry through HPC’s activities. These partnerships offer great potential to address key technical and policy issues preventing the development of a vibrant home performance industry capable of delivering healthier and more energy efficient homes. These partnerships build on the strengths of each of the participating organizations.
From policy to conferences to best practices and career growth, HPC, and our partners, support home performance professionals.
Who Do We Represent?
- Building Product Suppliers
- Building Scientists
- BPI Certified Professionals
- Contractors with Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
- Green Building Professionals
- Home and Building Energy Auditors
- Residential and Multifamily Contractors
- Program Implementers (e.g.,State and Local Government Programs, Utilities, etc.)
- Subject Matter Experts and Trainers
- Weatherization Contractors
What Do We Offer?
- Research, Development, and
- Advocacy for Public Policy
- Building Performance Standards
- Educational Events and Training
- Marketing, Communications and Sales Support
- National and Regional Conferences
- An Online and Print Publication
- Professional Credentials
- A Trade Association
Building Performance Institute (BPI): BPI is the nation’s premier building performance credentialing, quality assurance, and standards setting organization. From BPI’s standards, BPI develops professional certifications for contractors and company-wide credentials for BPI GoldStar Contractors. BPI is approved by the American National Standards Institute, Inc. (ANSI) as an accredited developer of American National Standards and as a certifying body for personnel credentials. BPI has over 12,000 Certified Professionals and 460 BPI GoldStar Contractors across the country. These professionals and companies hold a total of 18,400 certifications. BPI collaborates with its 130 BPI Test Centers to administer exams. www.bpi.org
Home Energy Magazine: For 33 years, Home Energy has been a trusted source of content for best practices on measurably improving home performance, durability, and affordability. As a division of the Home Performance Coalition (HPC), Home Energy continues to play a vital role in providing the industry with up-to-date information on energy-efficient products and best practices in home performance, comfort, health and affordability. Cutting-edge practitioners, trainers, and consultants in building science and energy efficiency write these articles. Home Energy has a readership of 8,000 for its quarterly print. www.homeenergy.org
Efficiency First: Efficiency First is the national association for the home performance industry. Efficiency First supports home performance companies by providing an impactful voice in Washington and state capitals, access to webinars and other educational opportunities, discounts on products and services, and networking at the local, state, and national levels. Efficiency First advocates for policies that accelerate the growth of the industry, creating new opportunities for companies and delivering meaningful energy savings to homeowners. Efficiency First has approximately 600 member companies and over 21,000 constituents on their mailing list. www.efficiencyfirst.org