We’re big fans of the Affordable Comfort Institute (ACI), an organization that supports the building performance industry, so we wanted to let you know about the ACI Northwest Home Performance Conference on Feb. 5-6 in Seattle.
ACI is known for offering excellent educational content for both home performance professionals as well as utility and government professionals who work in energy efficiency. In fact, EnergySavvy’s Director of Client Engagement Rob McGarty will be participating on a panel that brings Northwest contractors and energy efficiency program managers together to discuss best practices for working together in residential energy efficiency.
Ultimately, the goal of this session is to give both parties an opportunity to discuss how to design residential programs to encorage business growth for contractors while meeting energy efficiency program goals. This session, “Energy Efficiency Programs & Contractors – How to Work Together for Great Outcomes in Washington State,” will be held at 10:30 a.m., on Tues., Feb. 5.
More about the conference from the organizers:
“The 2013 ACI Northwest Home Performance Conference and Trade Show is a one-of-a-kind event offering educational content on all of the latest cutting-edge technology in the home performance and weatherization industry. But it’s more than that. We delve into best business practices, program updates, and essential building science as well. Then to top it off, ACI offers our attendees unparalleled networking opportunities. Join emerging leaders in this very progressive region as they come together to share tips and discuss everything from the day-to-day challenges to the most current and relevant topics in the industry. If you want to advance your business and compete in this market, you cannot afford to miss this 2-day event in Seattle on February 5–6.”