BPI CEO Joins 2013 HVACR Industry Newsmakers of the Year

BPI is proud to announce that CEO Larry Zarker has been chosen by ACHR the News as one of six HVACR Industry Newsmakers of 2013. The publication  honors those who made a significant impact on the HVAC industry in 2013.

Each honoree has overcome a number of obstacles - big and small - to achieve great things on behalf of the HVAC industry, according to ACHR the News. With the forging of strategic partnerships throughout the industry, the launch of the Building Science Principles (BSP) Certificate of Knowledge, the rollout of four ANSI accredited advanced Home Energy Professional (HEP) certifications, and BPI certified professionals recognized by Consumer Reports, BPI will look back on 2013 as an enormous success for both the organization and the industry.

"We feel very good about the direction we're heading as an organization and industry," Zarker said. "We're looking forward to continuing to grow our organization and improve the quality and credibility of the industry in the next year."

See Zarker's interview in the latest issue of ACHR the News.

Tags: ACHR, BPI, Home, Newsmaker, Performance

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