How does your building perform? Building Owners, Operators and Facility Managers: High performance buildings offer financial savings, increased marketability and value, improved occupant health and safety, improved durability and a wealth of other benefits. Whether you rent, own, manage or
Due to the popularity and positive feedback that we received at our first training back in November, NCBPA is pleased to announce the availability of a second Crawl Space Encapsulation Specialist Training being held in Raleigh on March 19 –
*** Thank you to everyone that applied to join our Board in 2019!  Miss the application deadline?  Let us know that you’re interested in joining the Board or a Committee by emailing us at *** Dear Fellow High Performance

November 20, 2018

Protected: Workforce Summit Results: Part Two of Three

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Dear Members and Summit Attendees, Thank you for supporting NCBPA’s workforce development work!  Our  Summit event held on September 20th in Raleigh was a tremendous success thanks to the more than 60 industry professionals that attended and our excellent Sponsors
NCBPA News, Research, Workforce Development
NCBPA invites you to provide feedback on your company’s and customers’ experiences in Duke Energy’s residential, commercial and industrial energy efficiency programs in North Carolina and South Carolina. We’re working with Duke Energy and energy efficiency stakeholders to identify improvement
Advocacy, Energy Efficiency, HVAC, Policy, Rebates and Incentives, Research
By: Marissa Nixon, Policy & Research Coordinator, NCBPA The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released their 2018 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard on October 5, 2018. The national Scorecard gives an update on state energy efficiency policies and
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code, Consumer Education, Energy Efficiency, HVAC, Policy, Rebates and Incentives, Research, Workforce Development
Through Executive Order #80, Governor Cooper establishes “bold new steps” that invest in North Carolina’s clean energy future and prioritize the role of building energy efficiency in state government. Raleigh, October 31, 2018 On Monday, Governor Roy Cooper made his
Advocacy, Building and Energy Code, Energy Efficiency, HVAC, NCBPA News, Policy, Workforce Development
On October 22nd, NCBPA’s Executive Director Ryan Miller was invited to update the NC Utilities Commission on recent energy code changes and their impact on utility energy efficiency programs.  At the meeting, Ryan provided NCUC Commissioners and Public Staff with updates
By: Ryan Miller, NCBPA Founder & Executive Director I believe that the majority of North Carolina new homebuyers are willing to spend $1 to $3 per month more on their mortgage to save $7 per month through lowered energy bills. 
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