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2023 Impact Report

Our impact report gives a snapshot of the accomplishments we achieved in 2023. Through events, membership, and advocacy, we were able to reach even more members of the building performance industry and provide them with support.


Message from the CEO

Steve Skodak, CAE, CRE

In 2023, we saw a passion for this industry that we have never seen before.

State Energy Offices invested in our team to complete needs assessments to identify workforce gaps in several states across the country. Industry organizations partnered with us to lay the groundwork for a Registered Apprenticeship Program. The White House invested in our industry knowing that clean energy is essential to a sustainable economy, and we spent the year preparing our association members with ways to use pieces of historic legislation.

In 2023, we put all of our funding to work for the contractors, organizations, and partners we represent. But we also invested inward. We transitioned to a fully remote workforce, we expanded our staff, and we continued work on our policies and practices to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive association.

As a nonprofit, we cannot do this work without the people who invest in us–both monetarily and with their time. I am incredibly grateful to our staff, Board members, Allies, Affiliates, sponsors, volunteers, and supporters. 2023 showed us that we’re not the only ones passionate about comfortable, healthy, and efficient housing.

As the CEO, I am proud of all of the accomplishments presented in this impact report.

To continued collaborations and success,



To advance a thriving industry delivering improved energy efficiency, health, and environmental performance of buildings. Our current area of focus is existing residential buildings, including multifamily and manufactured homes.


All buildings will provide an energy-efficient, comfortable, healthy, and safe indoor environment.



Amplifying Federal Investments to Benefit Arizona Communities

BPA facilitated direct engagement between contractors and the Arizona Office of Resiliency, supporting education on $156 million in funding from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and $50 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). The engagement was designed to educate and amplify the effectiveness of federal investments in energy efficiency and clean energy technologies throughout Arizona.


2 Press Conferences

Showcasing EE technologies and economic benefits for Arizonans.

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1 Press Release

BPA supports AZ's efforts to deploy over $50 million in the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) and other energy efficiency funding from the BIL.

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1 Media Campaign & 2 Op-Eds

BPA educates consumers and elected officials on available federal funds from the IRA and BIL, urging them to deploy these funds to transition to clean energy.

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Empowering the Clean Energy Workforce in Maine

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"Serving as a VISTA for BPA left me with invaluable skills and community relations that I will value for the rest of my career. Although I was the first, the mentorship and guidance I received made it feel like BPA has had a VISTA for years before myself. BPA is not only an incredible host site for VISTAs, but their mission truly promotes connection to the greater community."
– Hailey Champagne, BPA's first AmeriCorps VISTA

Contractor Growth and Success

Collaborative Partnerships: BPA's collaboration with Quality Housing Coalition, AmeriCorps VISTA, Peer Mentorship Program, FedCap, Destination Occupation, and NEEP to facilitate effective onboarding and recruitment processes for contractors, enhancing industry partnerships and workforce development.


State Workforce Initiatives

Sewing Seeds for a Clean Energy Transition


BPA actively worked in many states across the nation, with a focus on development in Arizona, New York, Nevada, Kentucky, Ohio, Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Massachusetts, Puerto Rico, and Virginia.

BPA and HUD Partner to Create Healthy & Energy Efficient Homes

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485+ HUD grantees attended the 2023 National Home Performance conference & Trade Show for education, networking, and professional development.

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“We are pleased to collaborate with BPA on our collective efforts to further health and housing goals, and this conference exemplifies our partnership to bring healthy housing expertise, policy, and practice together to learn and build on our progress to make homes healthy, safer, and more energy efficient.”

– Michelle Mederios, Deputy Director of the Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes

IRA Guidance & Contractor Education

In July, the U.S. Department of Energy released guidance for the IRA's Home Energy Rebates.

190+ industry pros attended BPA’s IRA webinar series to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Act's requirements, compliance regulations, and best practices for implementation.

in rebates and consumer incentives included in the IRA

"Nice job by all! Thank you! I attended this series to continue to better understand the IRA's [Home Rebate Programs] and related guidelines and how it will impact our business."
– Michael D.

Career Development and Skill Building to Equip the Next Generation

Building Science Principles & Energy Inspector Education

2 Building Science Principle Training classes to prepare over 30 individuals to take the BPI Building Science Principles (BSP) Certificate of Knowledge exam.

West Virginia: Hosted Certified Home Inspector Training across around the state, educating more than 30 inspectors.

Launched Total Building Performance Certificate of Knowledge Pilot Program

Partnered with NEEP, BPI, and Energy Futures Groups, with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy, to create 8 training modules to prepare individuals to plan, assist, and guide deep energy retrofit projects.

DOL Energy Specialist Apprenticeship Program

Designed a 2,000-hour Energy Specialist Apprenticeship and became a contracted intermediary under the U.S. Department of Labor to assist employers in creating and registering this program within their businesses, ensuring all regulatory guidelines and licensing requirements are met.

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Strengthening BPA's State Outreach

BPA added 3 new staff members to its State Outreach team to support workforce development initiatives and bolster contracting businesses.


Where the Industry Gathers

2023 National Home Performance Conference logo - by BPA.

Breaking Records

37th National Home Performance Conference & Trade Show

April 17-20, Seattle, WA


Largest attendance
in history

HUD Grantees

Weatherization Assistance Program Network Attendees

Exhibiting Companies

Sessions and Workshops

"I could not be more thrilled to be in your presence because I consider this group of people to be the most important group of people on this planet today."

– Governor Jay Inslee, Washington State

"Conferences like NHPC allow our researchers to bring cutting-edge research and innovative energy conservation concepts directly to industry professionals, transforming the way home and building energy is conceptualized."

– Achilles Karagiozis, Director of the Building Technologies and Science Center at NREL


New England Regional Conference and Trade Show

November 7-8, Springfield, MA

By the Numbers


Exhibiting Companies


"What can I say about this amazing event, from the attendees to the content, all top notch. Great job! Looking forward to the next one!"
- Tyreke Jewell, Energy Technician, Community Action Pioneer Valley

Our People

Members, Supporters, Allies

Professionals in the BPA Network

Premium BPA Members


in contributions

Our sponsors generously supported our industry and organization with $319,239 in contributions in 2023.

Ameren Illinois, APPRISE, AVANGRID, Building Efficiency Resources, CenterPoint Energy, CLEAResult, E4TheFuture, EFI, EGIA, Energy Datametrics, EPA Indoor airPLUS, Franklin Energy, Greenheck, Hancock Software, Mitsubishi Electric Trane, Panasonic, Pearl, Retrotec, Rhode Island Energy, RISE, SAVANT, Sealed, Seattle City Light, SnuggPro/Radiant Labs, The Energy Conservatory, The Home Depot, TVA, Walker-Miller Energy Services


of our allies renewed

In 2023, 100% of our allies renewed and we added the following new organizations:

  • New Hampshire Residential Energy Performance Association (REPA)
  • North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA)
  • Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation (AAEF)
  • Wyoming Energy Co-Op
  • Coalfield Development

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Association Reach


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Regional Conference
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Educational Webinar
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Newsletter Subscribers


Total Social Media Followers

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Our organization operates as a dual-entity, functioning as both a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and a 501(c)6 industry association.

Building Performance Association (BPA)

BPA is a 501(c)6 nonprofit industry association that serves as the hub for businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies working to make America’s homes more comfortable, healthy, and energy efficient.

Assets: $908,072
Revenue: $1,599,426
Expenses: $1,501,074

Home Performance Coalition (HPC)

HPC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that works to encourage the creation of energy-efficient, healthy, sustainable homes through education, training, advocacy, and outreach.

Assets: $505,170
Revenue: $2,966,901
Expenses: $2,959,400

Together, the shared Board of Directors and staff of HPC and BPA work to further the expansion of the building performance industry.