The Colorado Energy Office recently announced a partnership with the Building Performance Institute to advance the Home Energy Score, a U.S. Department of Energy residential energy labeling program, throughout the state.
"The Colorado Energy Office has worked over the last three years to develop infrastructure to provide home owners and home buyers low cost energy information at the point of purchase," says Colorado Energy Office Residential Program Manager Peter Rusin. "BPI's partnership fills a quality assurance gap, helping to ensure that homes throughout Colorado are properly rated for energy efficiency."
BPI will act as the primary Department of Energy (DOE) Home Energy Score partner for Home Energy Score Assessor applicants within Colorado, process qualified candidates as BPI Raters, and ensure quality assurance while supporting the efforts of the Colorado Energy Office to provide expanded rating services to the entire state of Colorado.
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