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BPI Training

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Latest Activity

Green ID posted blog posts
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Home Energy Magazine's blog post was featured

New Report Shows Big Jump in Net-Zero Energy Homes

Net-zero energy homes seem to be growing their way out of a purely niche market. The number of zero…See More
9 hours ago
Home Energy Magazine posted a blog post

New Report Shows Big Jump in Net-Zero Energy Homes

Net-zero energy homes seem to be growing their way out of a purely niche market. The number of zero…See More
11 hours ago
Mihaita commented on Chris Laumer-Giddens's blog post What do Ducted Mini-Splits Look Like?
"Amazing, i bought my AC here."
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