Our Vision
A sustainable future realized by achieving harmony between the natural and built environments while providing for the health and comfort of building occupants.

Our Mission
  • To be a collaborative voice for home performance professionals in the State of Connecticut
  • Provide an opportunity for collaboration among energy professionals
  • Promote awareness of the benefits of building performance
  • Create resources for information and education
  • Promote best practices by establishing training and adherence to building codes and standards
  • To proactively advocate for policies that will support a self-sustaining market for home energy performance
  • Work effectively with aligned local, regional and national organizations
  • Support resource conservation and renewable energy

HPACT corporate members are automatically enrolled in affiliated National organizations such as Efficiency First.

Healthy Homes Update
Wednesday September 21, 2016
5:30-7:30 pm
The Connecticut Green Bank, 845 Brook St (building 2), Rocky Hill

BPI Healthy Homes

What it is and where it is going. 

BPI Healthy Homes Evaluator credential was introduced this year. Come to this session and learn what the Healthy Homes component of home performance is and how it could affect your work in the field, as well as your business. With interest and support from HUD, CDC and DEEP (EPA), it is expected that this program will have national implementation.

If you are a HES vendor and performing HES energy audits, you should come to this session because with the environmental changes in the health care field, we are seeing a direct link to the way homes will be assessed to get home performance work completed, including financing.

The class builds upon the foundation of Analyst and Envelope certification. 

HPACT is pleased to present to the Home Energy Solutions community, this opportunity to get ahead of the curve by learning about the HHE credential now, before it is mandated.

Attendance is 

FREE to HPACT members. $35 per person for non-members

 Earn 1.5 BPI CEUs

This training will cover:

Housing history and Purpose
Basic Principles of Healthy Homes
Housing Regulations
Disease Vectors and Pests
IAQ and Toxic Materials
Building Structure
Environmental Barriers
Energy Demands

Instructor: John Mitchell, John is the Dean of Education for the Home Performance Institute of New England. As dean, John develops and oversees all home performance, NATE and HVAC and Fuel Branded training and protocol. Previously, John was the owner and CEO of JLC Green Technologies, an International Training and Testing Center for Home Performance. 

Space is limited so reserve spots for your team today!

FREE for all HPACT company members!

Register today! Pay at the door.

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