Looking for a spray foam insulation unit? Member company Indoor Environmental Systems has one for sale! Located in Cary, NC, this CPDS Series 1000 by Touch n’ Seal offers a constant pressure dispensing system for two-component polyurethane spray foam insulation
NCBPA will be tracking progress of several bills throughout the 2021 North Carolina long legislative session. Check back here for important updates over the coming months. SB358: Enable Commercial Property Assessed Capital Expenditures & Resilience (C-PACE) Program NCBPA will be
A code change proposal from NC Home Builders Association that was approved by the North Carolina Building Code Council in December has been “shelved indefinitely” after being flagged for a lack of credible and thorough cost analysis by Rules Review
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This report contains the Department of Environmental Quality’s annual status update to the JointLegislative Oversight Committee on Agriculture and Natural and Economic Resources; FiscalResearch Division; and Local Government Commission for guaranteed energy savings contractspursuant to G.S. §143-64.17H. The contracts evaluate,
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A change to North Carolina’s building code would let developers skimp on insulation and other energy-saving basics in exchange for flashier elements such as solar panels and super-efficient appliances. The state’s building code council last month adopted the new rule,
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**** Update December 22, 2020 **** NCBPA is pleased to report that the transition from ENERGY STAR 2.0 to the new ENERGY STAR Multifamily New Construction Certification Program has been formally adopted as a part of the 2021 QAP program.
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By Ryan Miller, Founder & Executive Director, North Carolina Building Performance Association This article details NCBPA’s opposition and concerns to two energy code change proposals currently under review by the North Carolina Building Code Council.  Proposed by the North Carolina
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Since our founding in 2014, NCBPA has been actively working with your companies to identify needs, establish priorities and develop resources to support our industry’s current and future workforce. In the spring of 2020, NCBPA held its second Workforce Development Summit
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UPDATE: December 7, 2020: NCBPA staff, members and partners will be attending today’s subcommittee meetings and tomorrow’s Council meeting to express opposition to these two residential energy code proposals. It’s not too late to email or call Council members to
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Over the past decade, North Carolina has been a national leader in solar energy deployment. Mostof the solar energy capacity built in North Carolina has come from utility-scale facilities constructedand financed by private solar companies, which have created thousands of
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