October 12, 2018

Protected: Workforce Summit Results: Part One of Three

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NCBPA is proud to announce that Governor Cooper has proclaimed October 5, 2018 as Energy Efficiency Day in North Carolina! NCBPA submitted this request weeks ago and provided a wealth of reasons for the proclamation, which was also made in

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By: Steve Schreiner, President of Schreiner Design and NCBPA Board Member As a green builder/developer and Board Member of North Carolina Building Performance Association (NCBPA), our state’s not-for-profit trade association representing

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On behalf of NCBPA’s Staff, Board of Directors and Members, our thoughts and well wishes go out to those affected by Hurricane Florence.  While our staff in Raleigh was unaffected, many of our friends, families and business partners were not

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Billions in energy efficiency savings for North Carolinians is achievable, report finds

September 25, 2018 – North Carolina Building Performance Association (NCBPA) today released a report projecting the potential for $13.9 billion

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On August 31, 2018, NCBPA submitted comments on NC Housing Finance Agency’s 2019 Qualified Action Plan (QAP) program related to increasing energy efficient, green and/or high performance construction standards in affordable housing developments.  North Carolina’s current QAP requires ENERGY STAR

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Stronger Building and Energy Codes Are a Long-Term Win for North Carolina

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