The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) is pleased to announce that its BPI-1100-T-2012: Home Energy Auditing Standard (formerly BPI-101) is now available for public comment for a period of 7 business days and will soon be published as a BPI standard. BPI-1100-T-2012 was developed in an effort to standardize and clarify what is included in a whole-building, science-based energy audit of existing homes.

 

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