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This discussion community is open for anyone to join and discuss industry-specific and building performance topics. You do not have to be a paying member to participate, but you must join a BPA membership level in order to engage. Our free basic membership includes full access to BPA Connections.

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  • It's Giving Tuesday!


    Education and opportunities for growth should be accessible for all members of our industry. That’s why this #GivingTuesday we're collecting donations that will go directly to the Mike Rogers Memorial Scholarship Fund to help those with financial need attend BPA events and grow professionally through membership.

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  • Take the Contractor Survey


    $9 billion will roll out from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) in 2023 to provide rebates for residential energy efficiency and electrification (HOMES and HEEHR) and contractor training grants*.

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is developing guidelines for these programs. Then, states will develop their individual plans for issuing rebates. 

    NOW is your chance to weigh in.
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  • Applications Open for Scholarship


    Applications for the Jon Siemen Memorial Scholarship are now open through November 30th.


    The Jon Siemen Memorial Scholarship honors the life, memory, and work of Jon Siemen, who passed away in March 2015. Jon started his career in weatherization in the late 1970s, when he began working at Community Action in Southwestern Vermont (BROC). He joined the BPI team in 2009, where he filled the roles of Field Representative and Technical Relations Representative. More

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