The latest resources for the home and building performance industry
Our online resource library contains industry resources, including downloadable PDFs, webinar playbacks, videos, and reports. This library is continually updated to include the latest information and educational content.
Watch as Energy Circle installs a basement subfloor after a series of problems related to gutters, roof, foundation, and insulation.
View workforce resources and tools for the weatherization career path.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) developed this optional resource in relation to the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022, which established the Home Efficiency Rebates, which operates under the umbrella of the Home Energy Rebates.
The Clean Energy Connection directory connects homeowners and contractors to help complete energy projects in homes.
This resource explores how building energy codes can be used as regulatory instruments that define the minimum standards and prerequisites for achieving energy efficiency in new building design, construction, and operation.
View and download the approved BPI Technical Standards.
NREL offers Expert Match—free, short-term technical assistance to address near-term clean energy challenges and questions.
This fact sheet highlights BIL grants that support building electrification, energy efficiency, and workforce development.
This resource explores how to better align energy code updates with building performance standards using innovative approaches.
Energy Circle: Low and Moderate Income Households Are Huge for IRA Rebates: Here’s How to Take Advantage
In this webinar, Energy Circle CEO and founder Peter Troast unpacks what exactly low and moderate income means when talking about IRA rebates and how contractors can best market to these demographics.
The State-Based Home Energy Efficiency Contractor Training Grants makes $200 million available to state energy offices so they can train, test, and certify residential energy efficiency and electrification contractors.
This guide provides current resources available for new immigrants, employees, and others within Maine.
This brief looks at the components of a Virtual Power Plant (VPP), explores national model code provisions that advance VPP technology and provides examples of states that have adopted VPP provisions in their energy code.
Electrify THIS!: Billions In New DOE Home Energy Retrofit Programs And Workforce Funding: What States Need To Know
Tune in to find out what states need to know about the ins and outs of the IRA programs. What elements are must-haves for success? And what can states do ensure all people benefit?
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