In partnership with Allied Partner company BASF, North Carolina Building Performance Association (NCBPA) seeks two full-time Research Fellows to perform research and development projects on North Carolina’s high performance construction market during the summer of 2018. For each term, the Research
On Friday, March 23, 2018, NCBPA submitted letters to Mr. Scott Tew, Chair of the Energy Policy Council’s Energy Efficiency Committee, and to Mr. Jeremy Tarr, Policy Adviser to Governor Roy
Q&A: Building expert on North Carolina’s high-performance homes
Annual market report also presents trends in high performance construction across the state RALEIGH, NC (March 12, 2018) – North Carolina Building Performance Association (NCBPA), the state’s trade association for building
NCBPA has just released an updated list of the presentations our staff offers across the state via in-person workshops, educational seminars or even webinars. Click here to view our list and contact us to schedule a workshop for
The Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (No. 115-97) was passed into law on December 22, 2017 and contains several key provisions with impacts to clean energy taxes and jobs. The law amends the Internal Revenue Code (IRC)
On January 31, 2018, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced a new program called Hometown Strong to “help rural N.C. counties build roads, expand high-speed internet, train people in job skills and find other ways to improve the economy”.
NCBPA is fortunate to work with a great group of full-time staff, part-time staff and interns that research industry issues, needs and opportunities that help push North Carolina’s market for high performance homes and buildings forward. A new initiative that