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
Authored by: Jonathan Gach of Green Built Alliance and Ryan Miller of NCBPA This is part one of a two-part series on how investing in building energy efficiency first would enable North Carolina to meet its clean energy, renewable energy,
Advocacy, Consumer Education
Ask the NC Utilities Commission to Support the Expansion of Duke Energy’s Residential New Construction Incentive Program to the Carolinas Territory! Speak out in support of energy savings and green building! Duke Energy currently offers a wildly successful Residential New
Energy Efficiency, Rebates and Incentives
The North Carolina Building Performance Association (NCBPA) is deeply disappointed that Senate leadership decided last week to table the advancement of HB330, “Efficient Government Buildings & Savings Act,” for the 2019 legislative session. The bill had been on a clean
Advocacy, NCBPA News, Policy
Authored by: NCBPA Vice Chair Pam Fasse, President of Fasse Construction Last August I wrote an article highlighting reasons for North Carolina to invest in stronger energy codes. This was just after the new 2018 North Carolina Energy Conservation Code
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code, Member Voices, Policy
How well is your organization complying with NC’s new commercial and residential energy codes? And, how can you most cost-effectively exceed them? During the summer of 2019, NCBPA and AIA NC partnered to deliver six energy code workshops across the
Building and Energy Code, Workforce Development
Free technical assistance is being offered by the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) that includes hands-on training and custom consulting to help medium and large energy users complete the U.S. Department of Energy’s 50001 Ready program, which enables facilities establish an energy
Energy Efficiency