Developed in partnership with the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative
March 29, 2016
The Building Performance Institute Inc. (BPI) announced it is introducing the Healthy Home Evaluator (HHE) credential to the home performance, weatherization, and healthy housing workforce, with the goal of breaking the link between unhealthy housing and unhealthy families through home performance interventions.
The BSP Certificate Verifies a Basic Knowledge of Building Science
February 5, 2015
The Building Performance Institute Inc.(BPI) has announced that Spanish versions of the Building Science Principles (BSP) Certificate of Knowledge exam and companion reference guide are now available for purchase through a new section of BPI’s website, www.bpi.org/espanol.
The Building Performance Institute Inc. (BPI) has announced the introduction of its Infiltration and Duct Leakage (IDL) certification, a task-oriented credential that verifies a candidate can successfully conduct air infiltration and duct leakage tests to the ASTM E1554-07 standard.
BPI Now Accepting Applications to Become a BPI Rater
February 26, 2014
The Building Performance Institute Inc. (BPI) has announced the launch of a national rating program to provide customers with an affordable, easy to understand rating of their home that can be combined with a comprehensive home energy audit.
New On-Site Energy Efficiency Lab Will Help Prepare Students for Certification
October 7, 2013
Ecotech Institute, a college focused entirely on renewable energy training, is now providing students in its Energy Efficiency associate degree program the opportunity to earn Building Performance Institute (BPI) certification.
BPI is celebrating its 20th anniversary and the growth is staggering — nearly 40,000 certifications and 200 training centers across all 50 states have established BPI as a major player in the building-performance field.
The Building Performance Institute Inc. (BPI) launched its Building Science Principles (BSP) Certificate of Knowledge and companion reference guide Jan. 7 to meet demand for a method of verifying basic building science knowledge in the home-performance and energy-efficiency retrofit fields.