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Home Performance Coalition (USA)

Merger of Affordable Comfort, Inc. (ACI) and the National Home Performance Coalition (NHPC)

In 2014, Affordable Comfort, Inc. (ACI) and the National Home Performance Coalition (NHPC) merged to form the Home Performance Coalition (HPC). This organization unites the many voices of the home performance and weatherization industry, analyzes industry trends and issues, provides education to advance the standards and practices of our industry, and supports collaboration and business development throughout all sectors. Sponsored by an array of industry leaders, HPC is committed to a robust industry that makes all of America's homes more resource efficient, healthy, durable, resilient, and affordable.

The Home Performance Coalition presents educational and networking opportunities, conducts critical research and policy analysis, and supports collaboration and business development throughout all sectors of the home performance and weatherization industry.

The Home Performance Coalition’s regional and national conferences convene professionals from all sectors including contractors, HVAC professionals, remodelers, builders, utilities, manufacturers, local, state, and federal government agencies, nonprofits, and everyone working to create healthy, comfortable, resource-efficient homes. The Home Performance Coalition’s educational agendas present essential information for industry professionals at every stage of their careers—from the fundamentals of building science to strategies for marketplace transformation. At HPC events, individuals come together to discuss technical problems, exchange new techniques, source new tools and materials, debate business development strategies, and examine the role that residential energy efficiency plays in creating strong, healthy communities, the development of green jobs, and environmental stewardship.