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NCBPA welcomes you and your company to participate in National Energy Efficiency Day, taking place today all across the country! Last year, NCBPA and its members celebrated by sharing stories, job site photos and team pictures online to promote North
Advocacy, Energy Efficiency
After nearly a year’s worth of meetings, surveys and analysis, last week Duke University’s Nicholas Institute released its final North Carolina Energy Efficiency Roadmap in partnership with North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ). The report will help North Carolina
Last week, partner organization E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) and NCBPA submitted a comment letter to Dr. John Hardin, Executive Director of the Office of Science, Technology and Innovation in the North Carolina Department of Commerce, in support of improved support for
Each year, North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) asks for public comments on the minimum standards of its Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) that sets construction and energy efficiency requirements and options for Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects, mostly
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code, Consumer Education, Energy Efficiency, HVAC, Policy, Rebates and Incentives, Workforce Development
NCBPA staff, members and partners have been active participants in the development of the state’s new Clean Energy Plan that was initiated in the fall of 2018 with Governor Cooper’s Executive Order #80. After months of meetings, discussions, surveys, presentations
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code, Consumer Education, Energy Efficiency, HVAC, Policy, Rebates and Incentives, Workforce Development
By: Ryan Miller, Founder & Executive Director, NCBPA NCBPA sheds light on how changes to data collection and analysis methods in state and national reporting impact the perceptions and reporting of our industry’s revenue, company and worker data. If you’re
Authored by: Ryan Miller of NCBPA This is part two of a two-part series on how investing in building energy efficiency first would enable North Carolina to meet its clean energy, renewable energy, and carbon emission goals more quickly and
Advocacy, Consumer Education
Last week, member leaders participated in a panel discussion at the Appalachian State Energy Summit that was attended by students in App State’s Building Science, Construction Management, Architecture and other degree programs. Hosted by NCBPA and following a similar panel
Member Voices, Workforce Development
When he’s not crawling underneath or on top of energy efficient homes, Aaron Hope is busy raising a family, writing books and serving as an active voice in North Carolina’s building performance industry through NCBPA. Aaron started with Southern Energy
Member Voices