The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) has selected three organizations to provide Quality Assurance (QA) services nationally to its Accredited Contractor network. The National Quality Assurance Providers are Conservation Services Group, Energy and Environmental Training Center of Kansas City, and Everblue Energy, Inc.

"BPI is proud to announce our partnership with these three organizations that have each been widely recognized for their outstanding delivery of quality assurance services in home performance," said Larry Zarker, BPI CEO. "With the growth of BPI's Accredited Contractor network across the nation comes our obligation to provide rigorous third-party QA services the market demands. BPI staff can't be everywhere at once. Thus we are confident that these three firms will provide the quality assurance in their respective regions the industry needs to maintain BPI's standards."

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