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Western HVAC Performance Alliance

The Western HVAC Performance Alliance (WHPA) is a fusion of HVAC, energy efficiency, facility, and property management organizations, researchers, educators, utilities, and regulatory agencies whose decision-maker-level appointees work with one another to curb energy waste. WHPA member organizations employ well over a million professionals.

WHPA members participate in committees and working groups, using their collective expertise to inform the development and implementation of efficiency policy and programs focused on topics such as HVAC workforce education and training, HVAC system specifications, code compliance, proper installation, system commissioning, operation, service, and maintenance, and emerging HVAC technologies.

WHPA Committees and Working Groups are listed to the left. If your organization would like to participate in any of these groups, please register to join.

For more background on the WHPA, please read the About Us page.

Membership in the WHPA is free. Active partiicpation is recommended.  Impact follows.

Industry News

June 12 Deadline to Comment on Energy Efficiency Joint EM&V Plan 2014-2015 V5

The CPUC has set a deadline of June 12, 2015 to comment on Energy Efficiency Joint EM&V Plan 2014-2015 V5 (click to view report).

The plan is pertinent to all HVAC sectors. This update to the plan reflects prioritization of studies and allocation of funds authorized for EM&V in D 14-10-046. It also provides the most recent refresh of all activity that is currently underway for 2013-2014 evaluation activities.

Click here for more information, including how to comment.

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WHPA Unveils List of Impactful HVAC Research

The WHPA has created a new webpage that provides impactful HVAC-related reports dating back to 2010. These useful studies cover a wide variety of topics such as operations & maintenance best practices, contractor & technician behavior, and fault detection and diagnostics, to name a few.

Click here to view the WHPA’s new HVAC Research page.
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