Hi Home Energy Pros!

My organization recently began doing quality assurance for Michigan Saves and BetterBuildings for Michigan - two statewide programs to help homeowners pay for a wide variety of home performance upgrades.  I wanted to see if there is any interest in gathering a group of interested people together on the topic of QA/QC for this growing and evolving industry. I would love to learn how other programs are monitoring and enforcing standards. 

Cheers!

-Nick Helmholdt

Project Manager, Clean Energy Coalition

Tags: assurance, control, home, performance, quality

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I am pretty sure there is interest in this

It isn't to hard to start a group here & see how it grows or see if the mods here would consider a new forum category

If you want to instead, please feel free to start up discussions in the Best Practices group I started

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