Last week, the Building Performance Association submitted comments on the Pennsylvania Environmental Quality Board’s (EQB) proposed amendment to Chapter 145 to establish a trading program for carbon dioxide emissions and join the Regional Greenhouse
Late last year, on December 27, 2020, Congress passed and the President signed a massive end-of-year package that included FY2021 government funding, a small-scale energy bill, a tax extension, and COVID relief provisions.
Following is a brief overvi
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This week we welcome Paula Olsiewski, PhD for an update on the HOMEChem project and a discussion about her new position at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. In her ne
In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, President Donald Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (also known as the CARES Act) into law on March 27, 2020. Many contractors and small businesses took advantage of thi
The Building Performance Association is proud to announce our new online platform, BPA Connections. Many months in the making, this new website is the home of BPA members, stakeholders
A lot happened in American politics last week. Here’s a quick recap. First and foremost, President Donald Trump publicly recognized that a new administration will be inaugurated on January 20.
Also last week, President-elect Jose
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Much of BPA’s policy work in 2020 has been focused on industry response and recovery efforts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The work that goes on behind the scenes by our policy team, to educate lawmakers, advocate for funds, fight for jobs, a
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The past 12 months have presented numerous challenges for those in the home services sector. In this article, we’ll briefly discuss the industry’s current situation along with growth prospects for 2021 and beyond.
HVAC Industry Growth Projections
This past year, in continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic, much of the Building Performance Association’s federal policy work remained on industry response and recovery efforts. B
Dr. Brosseau, now retired, was a professor at the University of Illinois at
Chicago (UIC) School of Public Health from 2015 to 2018, where she was
director of the Illinois Education and Research Center, which supported
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This week, in an IAQradio+ tradition, we will be having a classic round table format podcast in the open mic “Around the Horn” style with an all star panel of Floridians. Hurricane Eta plagued almost every major region of the Sunshine state for over
Well, here we still are, hanging in there during the most uncertain times many of us have lived through. There does seem to be some light approaching and last week’s pro
Last week, E4TheFuture and E2 released their latest energy efficiency jobs report—complete with an interactive map of the United Statesthat shows energy effic
This week IAQradio+ looked to the left coast for a conservative’s perspective on the COVID19 pandemic and interviewed Marilyn Singleton, MD, JD, a California physician who also holds a law degree. Dr. Singleton opined on the intersection of public he
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It's been a while ... but I still agree with this headline:
Solar should BE the Roof, not just on the roof.
In this website I explain a possible version of solar thermal very low tech and efficient: