2017 Housing Innovation Awards Application Deadline June 15

2017 Housing Innovation Awards Application Deadline June 15

The deadline is approaching for the 2017 Housing Innovation Awards from the U.S. Department of Energy

Applications must be submitted by June 15, 2017, in order to be eligible for this year’s awards.

"If you have not yet submitted your application, start working on them now, so you can reach out to us with any questions you have about the application process," said Sam Rashkin, chief architect of the Building Technologies Office of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. "We want you to put your best foot forward when submitting your homes, so please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns about the application process."

A copy of the HIA Application Webinar is available on the Housing Innovation Awards website. The webinar provides information on the awards, walks through the application process, and gives insightful tips and strategies when applying. Builder applications are used to populate the pages on the Tour of Zero, so keep in mind that while a builders are filling out the application, they are also essentially building the Tour of Zero page! 

Don't miss this chance to be recognized as one of the nation's leading builders, delivering the home of the future to American home buyers today! If you have any questions related to the Housing Innovation Awards or the application process, the Zero Energy Ready Home team is happy to answer them. Contact the program at 301-889-0017 or via email at [email protected].

Winners will be recognized during the Housing Innovation Awards ceremony at the EEBA High Performance Home Summit 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia, from October 10–1

Topics: Building Green, Certification / LEED, Energy Star, Sustainability Trends & Statistics

Companies: EEBA, U.S. Department of Energy

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