Register for Home Efficiency Forum 2018

  • Raters/Verifiers
  • August 29, 2018
Hef 2018 Logo Dark Rgb

If you consider yourself a professional in the residential new home energy efficiency industry, you don’t want to miss Home Efficiency Forum 2018. We want you to take part in shaping our industry’s future. Join us in Boise, Idaho, to network, learn and share.

We’re excited to announce the innovative and engaging presenters we have in store for you. Check out the full list and start planning out which sessions you want to attend. Home Efficiency Forum is an official regional RESNET conference – attendees earn 12 RESNET CEUs (PDHs). All sessions are also approved for BPI CEUs and NATE CEH (one BIP CEU and one NATE CEH per session).

Register today

  • Event registration: Secure your spot! Register by October 1
  • Utility rate: Email with your name, utility and email address to receive a promotional code for the $250 registration rate.
  • Energy Trust of Oregon co-op rate: If you are an Energy Trust of Oregon Trade Ally, please email with your name, email address and company name to verify your status and to receive a promotional code for the $250 registration rate. You can use Energy Trust’s training incentive funds for reimbursement for the conference registration fee. Email to request the application for training reimbursement, or you can find it on the verifier website. Complete the form and email it to


Related News

Stay informed about the latest news, programs, resources and other BetterBuiltNW developments.

Single-Family Performance Path Incentives Are Available!

Single-family new construction Performance Path incentives are available from many utilities across the region. Please contact your local utility for additional details.

2018 Department of Energy Housing Innovation Award Winners Announced

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office announced the winners of the 2018 Zero Energy Ready Home Housing Innovation Awards in August. This year’s awards recognize 27 homes from 23 builders across the country, including a Performance Path home built 48% above code by Leading Force in Yakima, Washington.

Loading content