North Carolina adopts Energy Rating Index as compliance option for the state’s 2018 residential energy code
The Energy Rating Index is a cost-effective compliance option for builders to use to meet the state’s new residential energy code RALEIGH, N.C. (August
NCBPA is pleased to announce the launch of our latest survey! Please take some time to complete our new survey seeking responses from commercial building performance professionals on a variety of important topics including design practices, certification programs, workforce development,
NCBPA will be hosting a series of workshops this fall across the state to aid architects, builders, developers, contractors, code officials and others in understanding the energy efficiency and performance changes coming to NC’s new commercial and residential building codes
Want to learn what our industry’s energy efficiency policy work is all about? Join us on August 15th in Raleigh from 10am – Noon for the Q3 public meeting of the
NCBPA has begun planning a Workforce Development Summit to be held in September in Raleigh to bring together our industry companies, the faculty that trains students about our work across the
On Monday, June 11th of 2018, NCBPA conducted a home energy efficiency workshop at Sierra Nevada in Mills River to educate local homeowners and renters on what steps they can take to lower their energy usage and how they’ll benefit
Exciting NCBPA Partner News!
Duke Energy has partnered with North Carolina Community Action Association (NCCAA) to administer the Duke Energy Carolinas Weatherization Program (DEC WX Program). NCCAA along with their implementation partner, Lockheed Martin, will initiate services in Durham County.