• BPI's November edition of its newsletter includes: information on invoicing for 2018 and upcoming conferences that BPI will be attending in California, Florida, and Saratoga Springs, NY; which BPI standards have been updated in the past couple months and how; a spotlight story on a BPI Building Analyst who volunteered after Hurricane Harvey; and a mysterious visual Stump the Chump.
  • BPI's October edition of its e-newsletter offers news and updates for BPI Test Centers, Proctors, BPI GoldStar Contractors, and BPI Certified Professionals, as well as a spotlight on a BPI Building Analyst who won the Department of Energy's Century Club Award.
  • BPI's September edition of its e-newsletter includes timely post-disaster resources for BPI Certified Professionals, information on scholarship and rebate programs, and updates from BPI's marketing department on lead generation websites and response to the changing of the name RBE-WHALCI to Air Leakage Control Installer.
  • BPI's August edition of its Performance Matters e-Newsletter is chocked full of industry and BPI-related news, tips on how to transition from a technician to management role, and a stubborn unsolved Stump the Chump.
  • BPI's July edition of its Performance Matters e-Newsletter includes: up-to-date industry news on topics ranging from the most efficient utilities in the nation to BPI staffing changes, updates on upcoming Home Performance Coalition regional conferences, and more!
  • Out with the old, in with the new! The May edition of BPI's Performance Matters e-Newsletter is a special edition focusing on BPI's new and improved industry professionals website, with information on how to navigate it to find the information you may need.
  • BPI's April edition of its Performance Matters e-Newsletter includes: an update on how BPI is engaging with homeowners to increase brand awareness and help companies and contractors in our network get more jobs; your last opportunity to sign a letter to help preserve federal funding for energy efficiency initiatives (deadline: April 21st); and news on Residential PACE (R-PACE) success, the "skinny budget," and more!
  • The home performance industry is changing. BPI's March edition of its Performance Matters e-Newsletter includes results from an industry-wide survey, reports on the growth of jobs in the advanced energy sector, and an opportunity to sign a letter to help preserve funding for energy efficiency initiatives through the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Home performance and love are in the air! BPI's February edition of its Performance Matters e-Newsletter digs in to how to brand yourself (and your company) using the new BPI logos, whether your small business should start a blog on your website, and much more information on available industry scholarships and awards.
  • BPI's first newsletter of the fresh, new year contains information on how industry professionals across the nation are trying to spread Residential PACE programs to fuel energy improvements, what a new E4TheFuture paper on occupant health and energy efficiency entails, and how to effectively manage and balance multiple jobs at once.