Hi Guys:

 

I'm working more recently independently and know of a few groups in SF Bay Area that are looking for home energy audit / efficiency contractor representative.  I've found meetings helpful for anyone wanting to get the word out about what you do and get some referrals going.  Meetings are usually every two weeks or some once a week.  

Just send me a quick email or call if curious and we could share ideas.

 

Regards,

Jason C.
Berkeley, CA

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I used to go to Splinter Group meetings in the East Bay... tons 'o contractors...

Hi Jason,

I recently started my business in Petaluma and am trying to utilize my Hers certifications. Right now I'm certified to do residential and non-residential alterations, refrigerant charge, and new construction verifications through CalCERTS. At the end of the month I'll have the ability to do PV/Solar.

I'm interested in any bay area industry groups that might help me make contacts and increase business. Any thoughts you have on this would be useful and appreciated.

Matt - 707-766-4692 - ecoiqhome@gmail.com

Another venue are the workshops and other sorts of gatherings (typically free) at the Pacific Energy Center in San Francisco.  There are also several active Association of Energy Engineers chapters in the area that might be of interest.

Jason,

I wasn't clear if you are hosting meetings or looking for local meetings?  For the latter, try http://www.cbpca.org which also teams up with Efficiency First.  E1st may still have an SFBA Chapter.  There's also Build It Green, which has regular "guild" meetings of green building pros.

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