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What to Expect as a New LEED Professional

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Fri, 2018-04-20 12:59
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Pursuing a LEED professional credential can be a daunting and overwhelming endeavor for some individuals. Those who put in the time to study the LEED credits, baseline measurements, and case studies, however, will likely find themselves in a successful position.

If you're just getting started with LEED, visit our New to LEED? Start Here! series.  Read more: What to Expect as a New LEED Professional »

How to Install Solar Panels in Rhode Island

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Fri, 2018-04-20 09:35
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Licensing and certification requirements for solar installers vary by state. In some states, individuals are required to have an electrical contractor’s license. In other states, individuals can pursue a renewable energy designation without electrical experience.

If you want to begin learning about solar energy, visit our Introduction to Solar series.  Read more: How to Install Solar Panels in Rhode Island »

Utility Programs that Require HERS Scores

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Thu, 2017-11-09 14:46
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The Residential Energy Services Network, or RESNET, recently published findings from a new study conducted by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency about how utilities are encouraging the growth of energy efficiency in new home construction.

For a better understanding of HERS Scores, visit our RESNET HERS Explained page.  Read more: Utility Programs that Require HERS Scores »

Record Number of Homes HERS Rated in 2016

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Thu, 2017-11-09 14:46
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According to the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET), there were 206,583 homes in the United States that were evaluated by a HERS Rater and issued a HERS Score in 2016.

This broke the record for the number of homes HERS rated in a year!

For a better understanding of HERS Scores, visit our RESNET HERS Explained page.

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6 Reasons Why ISSP Certification Will Last

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Fri, 2018-04-20 11:11
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ISSP Certification is a new professional development program for sustainability practitioners worldwide.

This program was developed by the International Society of Sustainability Practitioners (ISSP). After several years of research and analysis, ISSP’s professional sustainability certification launched in 2016.  Read more: 6 Reasons Why ISSP Certification Will Last »

Home Energy Auditor Rebates in Phoenix

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Thu, 2017-11-09 14:47
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SRP, one of the nation’s largest public power utilities, is offering a series of rebates for energy efficiency upgrades made to Arizona homes by BPI-certified professionals. Learn more below about rebates up to $400.  Read more: Home Energy Auditor Rebates in Phoenix »

BPI HHE Frequent Questions

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Thu, 2017-03-30 13:08
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As a follow-up to our previous post, we’re now going to look at questions that many home performance contractors have asked about the new BPI Healthy Home Evaluator (BPI HHE) credential.

For more information about BPI Certification, visit our BPI Energy Auditor overview series.  Read more: BPI HHE Frequent Questions »

Top 6 Drivers of Healthy Home Assessments

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Fri, 2018-04-20 09:36
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The Building Performance Institute recently hosted a webinar to address updates to the BPI Healthy Home Evaluator program. The webinar panel included:  Read more: Top 6 Drivers of Healthy Home Assessments »

Qualifying for Spring 2017 NABCEP Solar Exams

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Wed, 2018-02-28 16:29
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If you’re looking to earn a solar PV certification through NABCEP, your time is running out!

NABCEP, or the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners, governs the certification process for solar energy professionals. The organization offers certification in the areas of solar photovoltaics (panels generating electricity) and solar thermal (heating). NABCEP is the leading organization for solar certification in the United States.  Read more: Qualifying for Spring 2017 NABCEP Solar Exams »

Who Should Be an ISSP Sustainability Associate?

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Fri, 2018-04-20 11:54
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ISSP Certification is the newest professional credentialing program available for sustainability practitioners. The program offers an opportunity for sustainability practitioners to get on the same level of knowledge and unite with a marketable seal that validates their competency.  Read more: Who Should Be an ISSP Sustainability Associate? »

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