Apply Now to Take the Home Energy Professional Pilot Exams

Due to strong contractor participation in BPI’s pilot Home Energy Professional certification exam program, BPI will hold an open application period to accommodate demand. Candidates interested in challenging BPI's pilot should file applications as promptly as possible to ensure their participation in the pilot program. Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) workers are encouraged to act quickly to take advantage of FREE exams for WAP personnel only during the pilot period.

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So when you need to extend the "pilot" for a fifth time because of hardly any interest... claim "strong contractor participation" stress "file applications as promptly as possible to ensure" and if all else fails offer "FREE exams"

Brilliant

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