Last Friday, members of NCBPA’s Commercial Buildings Commissioning Committee finalized four new code change proposals to bring back prior commissioning code requirements that were removed in the most recent code cycle, while also laying the ground work for future improvements
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code
Led by Leon Meyers of member company BuildSense, NCBPA members successfully advocated for code change proposals impacting REScheck and COMcheck during the most recent NC Building Code Council meeting on July 14th. Following more than nine months of research, discussions
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code
The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) manages the Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP), a set of standards that details the selection criteria and application requirements for Housing Credits and tax-exempt bonds. It lists all deadlines, application fees, restrictions, standards and
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code, Energy Efficiency, NCBPA News, Policy
*** UPDATED *** Click on the file below to read NCBPA’s public comments submitted on August 5th. Follow suit and submit your own comments in support of the 37 Energy Efficiency Recommendations! 2020 Energy Policy Council Report recommendations by Committee:
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code, Energy Efficiency, Member Voices, Policy, Public Buildings, Water Efficiency
*** UPDATE on July 14, 2020: The proposals for items B-2, B-3, B-4 and B-22 were pulled by the authors during today’s BCC meeting. They are expected to be amended and re-submitted on August 1st ahead of the next BCC
Building and Energy Code, Energy Efficiency, Member Voices, Policy
Read about our Workforce Development efforts in a new three-part series provided by NCBPA Allied Partner the Insulation Institute. In this series, NCBPA’s Ryan Miller describes how our workforce development efforts have evolved over the past 18 months, and what
Workforce Development
FOR SALE: Home performance equipment, tools, box truck and materials in the Wake Forest, NC area from a former member company. Liquidation sale – get them while they’re available! If interested, please contact: Phillip Bradrick, Realty Management & Sales O:
NCBPA News
All industry professionals are encouraged to contact their state legislators encouraging them to include support for our industry in recovery policies being developed over the next 5 weeks. For every $1 invested in North Carolina’s building performance workforce, $5.15 is
Advocacy, Energy Efficiency, Member Voices, Policy, Rebates and Incentives, Workforce Development
Sen. John Alexander (R-18) participates in a meeting with NCBPA staff, members, partners and other legislators during the 2019 legislative session. All industry professionals are encouraged to contact their state Senator encouraging them to support progress on HB330, the “Efficient
Advocacy, Energy Efficiency, Policy, Public Buildings, Rebates and Incentives, Water Efficiency, Workforce Development
The Alliance to Save Energy is heading up advocacy efforts to improve and expand the current federal Section 25C tax credit for homeowner energy efficiency upgrades. Doing so will provide helpful consumer project funding for the sector of our industry
Advocacy, Energy Efficiency, Policy, Rebates and Incentives, Workforce Development

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