California Building Performance
Growing Your Business in a
January 26-27, 2010
The Energy Resource Center, Downey, Calif.
Hosted by Southern California Gas Company
San Ramon Valley Conference
Center, San Ramon, Calif.
Hosted by Pacific Gas & Electric Company
California Contractor Exchange
to facilitate networking and professional development for
residential and small commercial building contractors.
General sessions will feature interactive panel presentations with
successful contractors and industry experts who discuss the
potential for incorporating energy efficiency and renewable energy
initiatives into traditional contracting business practices to
leverage federal, state and utility-sponsored incentive programs
aimed at green collar workforce development.
department managers and other key employees with companies focused
on residential and small commercial remodeling, replacement and
service contractors with annual sales of at least $500,000 annually.
This workshop was suited for company owners and presidents
to attend with their sales, service, installation and
financial managers; and other key employees in the organization.
Participants in the California Contractor
Exchange were awarded
three CEU credits by BPI.
below from the Southern CA event.
below from the Northern CA event.
Photos by J. Matulich
Presented by Building Performance Institute and Electric
and Gas Industries Association.
An agenda committee comprised of volunteers
from regional utilities, leading contractors and sponsor
organizations, met via conference call to identify
topics/speakers and review event promotional materials.
consultant to the Agenda Planning Committee and supports
the host by handling event logistics and helping to
identify/recruit/manage event sponsors and exhibitors.
California Contractor Exchange Supports
HomeStar, Cash for Caulkers,
and Other Stimulus Green-Collar Workforce
How 'Cash for Caulkers' might
MEMORANDUM from The President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board
"Home Retrofits for American Jobs,
Efficiency and Economic Growth: HOMESTAR, aka “Cash for