With the roll out of the new Illinois Home Performance with Energy Star program, becoming a BPI Certified Analyst & Envelope Professional in Illinois gives contractors access to rebates and cash incentives not otherwise available.   

In preparation for the new Illinois Home Performance with Energy Star (IHPwES) Program, the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) is building a searchable database of BPI BA+E certified contractors and energy auditors. After certification, contractors that sign the program agreement form will be highlighted on www.Illinoishomeperformance.org, distinguishing them as leaders in the field of retrofit work.

More information on the Illinois program:  http://illinoishomeperformance.org/for-contractors/70-illinois-bpi-....

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Home Energy Team Institute is offering its first BPI Analyst & Envelope Combo class in Bloomington, IL on June 7-8, 2011

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HERS Raters get a $200 discount if they verify their HERS Certification at registration.  Coupon code is BA4HERS.

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