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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 whose decision-maker-level appointees work with one another, with educators, with utilities, and with government to curb energy waste. WHPA member organizations employ well over a million professionals.

Membership in the WHPA is free. Impact follows.

WHPA members participate in committees and working groups, using their collective expertise to inform California utilities and regulating agencies on issues such as HVAC system specification, compliance, sizing, installation, commissioning, operation, service, and maintenance.

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.

Industry News

First Public Forum on April 7 for AB758 Existing Buildings Energy Efficiency Action Plan

The California Energy Commission (CEC) has released a draft of its Existing Buildings Energy Efficiency Action Plan
that provides a 10-year roadmap to transform California’s existing residential, commercial, and public building stock into high performing and energy efficient buildings.

The first public forum will be held on April 7.  Public comments can be received until April 21.  

Click here
for a link to the CEC AB 758 web page, with information about the Action Plan, the Public Forum, and other updates.

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WHPA Unveils List of Sales Trainers and Energy Savings Estimation Tools

The WHPA has developed a directory of HVAC Sales Training Providers. Sales training improves contractors’ ability to effectively communicate and propose the benefits of HVAC maintenance, efficient HVAC equipment, and other HVAC efficiency measures.

A list of HVAC Savings Estimator Tools has also been compiled by the WHPA. These estimation tools help sales professionals and facility management personnel quantify the benefits of energy efficiency measures being proposed.
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