We're looking forward to catching up with you at ACI's National Home Performance Conference in Denver, April 30- May 3, 2013. Come see us at booth #250 in the exhibition hall.  We've got tons of information on BPI certifications, state program information, technical standard updates, or just how to log in to your personal candidate portal. We'll do our best to answer any questions you've got. 


Also be sure to come see us at the following sessions:  

 

Wednesday, May 1, 1:30 - 3:00

Taking Your Career to the Next Level with New Home Energy Professional Certifications

Bill Klotz, Joshua Olsen, Jennifer Somers, Larry Zarker

  

This session will introduce participants to the development process and current status of the four DOE supported Home Energy Professional Certifications. The history of the effort will be covered as well as resources available to training programs, potential candidates and program administrators. Participants will learn what differentiates these certifications from existing home performance credentials.

 

Friday, May 3, 10:30 - 12

This Program Had Contractors in Mind

Tiger Adolf, Ed Thomas

 

Energy efficiency program sponsors struggle to involve contractors and engage homeowners in residential upgrade programs. This session presents a roadmap to help program administrators establish (or enhance) an engaged and qualified contractor network that will help homeowners install energy efficiency improvements consistent with national guidelines. The success and failure of programs led to development of a predictable chronology for engagement with action steps, adjustment opportunities, and tips for maintaining momentum.

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