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Catch the Rising Tide for Home Energy Ratings Attend the 2014 RESNET Building Performance Conference

Dec 6, 2013

Across the nation the RESNET HERS Index Score is fast becoming a mainstream in the housing market.  Homebuilders are having their homes energy rated and marketing the HERS Index Score of their homes, Multiple Listing Services (MLS) are incorporating the HERS Index Scores in their listings.  The number of ratings conducted in 2013 has risen by over 72,000 over 2012.

A major future boost to this momentum has been provided by the International Code Council adopting an Energy Rating Index option to the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code.

The 2014 RESNET Energy Conference will provide the only opportunity to learn first-hand about this trend and position your business to take advantage of this rising tide.

Core conference sessions dedicated to this topic includes:

  • HERS Ratings as Compliance Option in the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code – Builders’ Perspective
  • HERS Ratings as Compliance Option in the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code – Raters’ Perspectives
  • Mainstreaming the HERS Index in the Market Place – Incorporating HERS Index into the Multiple Listing Service 
  • Appraisal Institute’s Residential Green & Energy Efficient Addendum
  • Extend and Amend – Breathing New Life into the Federal Energy Efficient New Homes Tax Credit
  • The Future of the Quality Assurance of Ratings
  • Ensuring the Practical Knowledge of Home Energy Raters – New RESNET Simulation Based HERS Rater Practical Test

To view the list of sessions being offered at the 2014 RESNET Conference go to 2014 RESNET Conference Core Conference Sessions

Catch the Power of Performance.  Register for the 2014 RESNET Conference today!

Remember the conference “early bird discount” will end on January 24, 2014.

The 2014 RESNET Conference is a not-to-miss event for the rating industry.  For more information go to 2014 RESNET Power of Performance Conference