Hello all,

 

I'm looking for energy audit training centers in the Boston, MA area.  Can anyone make any recommendations ?

 

Thanks,

 

Silvie

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Here's what a google search for BPI Boston yields.

BPI.org has a list of bpi trainers in the Boston area. You can check with these places to see if they have a course in auditing. You can join linkedin and then the resnet group and ask for training in the Boston area.  Also, if you need IR training go to the Snell group and see when they offer training in the area.

Check community colleges to see if they have green collar auditing training.

Thanks for mentioning us, Carol--and what timing! We have a Level I Buildings course next week in the Boston area! For additional information that is on this site, click here. Otherwise you can go to our site or call us at 1-800-636-9820. As of today, there was still a couple of seats left in the course.
Thanks Carol,  Great info
If you are in the SE Mass/Cape Cod area, Cape & Islands Self Reliance is putting on BPI Envelope training next week for free and will provide an BPI Building Analyst course at the end of March also for free.  Check out http://www.reliance.org/ or call them for more information.

Hi Paul,

 

Do you work with that organization?  I tried to get a hold of the coordinator but it looks like she is on mat leave.  I'm  going to be in the Boston area for a few days in March and was looking to visit a few training centers, potentially give free training materials and do Retrotec equipment introductions for those interested. 

So, I went to their website and the "latest news"is from last fall. Are they still in business? And where did you find information on their BPI courses?

They definitely are still in business.  I teach their BPI courses for them.  Silvie, you should conact Megan Amsler megan@reliance.org  I'm sure she would love to hear from you.

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