High Performance Homes & Building Summit

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High Performance Homes & Building Summit

Time: August 15, 2012 at 7am to August 17, 2012 at 12pm
Location: Suncoast Hotel & Casino
Street: 9090 Alta Dr
City/Town: Las Vegas
Website or Map: http://www.thinkenergystar.co…
Phone: 702.400.2428
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Annette Bubak
Latest Activity: Aug 10, 2012

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The Conference Sessions will break into eight education tracks specific to the various areas of focus. We will provide multiple opportunities for you to learn from the leaders in your area of expertise. As well as, learn from crossing over into a supporting segment. Some of the topics included:

  • New Homes - ENERGY STAR Version 3.0 & Preview of 2012 IECC Codes
  • Energy Efficient Remodeling with Home Performance with ENERGY STAR
  • Value of BPI Certifications in Contracting
  • Successful Business Models and How to Profit in Business
  • Selling, Marketing, and Financing in Home Performance
  • NEW GREEN Designation Realtor Course with Terry Watson - Special All Day Track
  • Methodology in Valuing a High Performance Home for Appraisers
  • Learn from Successful Case Studies
  • Small Commercial Benchmarking and LEED Best Practices
  • Incentives, Utility Rebates, and Government Programs

Just to mention a few...
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Comment by Carlos Espinoza on August 10, 2012 at 12:33pm

Over 16+ BPI ceu's to be had for $105!

LEED and Realtor ceu's available too.

Comment by Carlos Espinoza on August 3, 2012 at 6:27pm

For $105, get over your years worth of BPI ceu's! 

We are pleased to bring nationally renown trainers and presenters to Las Vegas for the best value to our attendees, such as Rick Chitwood, Mike Rogers, Amy Beley, and Tiger Adolf to name a few.

As part of the HPHB Summit, EnergyFit Nevada, will host an Intercaz...

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