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 and Development
- 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