Become a Home Energy Rater
A prospective Home Energy Rater must complete a multi-step process to become a NYSERDA partner, eligible to serve builders of New York ENERGY STAR Certified Homes. The process begins by obtaining specific certifications through a RESNET-accredited Home Energy Training Provider.
A list of RESNET accredited Green Rater Training Providers is available at: http://www.resnet.us/professional/programs/training_green
Additional energy efficiency and building science training may also be available through local community colleges, weatherization agencies, or private organizations. NYSERDA’s website posts a list of some of the available trainings at: http://www.nyserda.ny.gov/Events/Training-Map.aspx
Once you have successfully completed this initial training, you will need to attend training and complete written and field exams to become a Building Performance Institute (BPI) certified Building Analyst Professional.
For a complete list of steps and requirements, review How the Process Works.
Interested in learning how to become an accredited Home Energy Rater Provider? Review Home Energy Rating Providers requirements in PON 2309 – Attachment G [PDF].
Last Updated: 03/08/2013