Does BPI Recognize “Home Energy Saver Pro” as a modeling software tool?

I have yet to use it on an actual audit, but I ran through a hypothetical “demo” model and this software seem to be on the ball!

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Hi Mark,

Although BPI does not formally endorse or recognize any one software, we've watched enthusiastically as LBL has developed HES Pro. It's great to see useful tools added to our national toolbelt that identify ways to save energy and inspire customers to take action. As for which software BPI Certified Professionals should use – BPI leaves that to the market to determine, or to government or utility programs that may specify software.

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