DYK: TX Law Requires that 3rd Parties Verifying Energy Code Compliance be @IntlCodeCouncil Certified?
Good news: The new IECC/HERS Compliance Specialist Designation Meets Texas Requirement for Certification!
Learn more via the new infographic at https://t.co/gzzhUTAKPihttps://t.co/7kyquEzA2N
This week on RESTalk, John Hensley of Building Performance Solutions, and President of the RESNET Board of Directors, with Steve Baden, RESNET Executive Director, join us to describe the priorities for RESNET’s activities in 2022.
Download and listen at https://t.co/bxpADVyP3i
Are you ready to make a difference in the industry?
Tell us about it for the 4th annual Emerging Leader Fellowship
Up to 5 Fellows will be selected for free to attend the Virtual #RESNET2022 Building Performance Conference, March 10-11!
Apply now at https://t.co/r6WLhg3kTMhttps://t.co/KvTV9LhN3o
International Code Council (#ICC) Chief Executive Dominic Sims will give a keynote address at the in-person and virtual #RESNET2022 Conferences.
In #Austin, TX he will present Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022. Register today so you don't miss out!
In 2021, there were 313,153 HERS Rated homes nationwide, compared to 299,775 homes in 2020.
2021's average HERS Score was 58. That's 42% more efficient than a 2006 home and 72% more efficient than a typical home built in the 1970s.
Read more at https://t.co/k9JMxHPtA7https://t.co/z03BDF0zey
RESNET Announces Public Comment on Draft PDS-01 Addendum 61f, COVID Exception for Onsite Airtightness Tests, and on Draft PDS-01 Addendum 64f, Multi-Family Dwelling Unit Sampling
Details at https://t.co/BkDS248lvyhttps://t.co/lOLItPzr71
It is time to take stock of what 2021 had in store for the HERS® industry and RESNET. The year brought many challenges and adversities, but it also revealed how resilient and adaptable our community is.