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Home Energy's Jim Gunshinan Inducted Into BPI's Hall of Fame

Posted by Macie Melendez on May 05, 2015
Home Energy's Jim Gunshinan Inducted Into BPI's Hall of Fame
Jim Gunshian was awarded a plaque in honor of his achievements in the industry.

This afternoon at the ACI National Home Performance Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, three new individuals were inducted into the Building Performance Industry Hall of Fame. Nominated by their peers and selected by a panel of impartial judges, these individuals were recognized for their significant and lasting contributions to the building performance industry over the course of their careers. Among them was one of our very own: Editor Jim Gunshinan, who has worked with Home Energy for nearly 15 years.

The new inductees are: 

Jim Gunshinan: Jim Gunshinan is Editor of Home Energy magazine, an industry leading media outlet for disseminating news, technical best practices and feature stories to the home performance, weatherization and HVAC industries. Gunshinan's work has impacted countless professionals, policy makers and homeowners. Gunshinan's leadership has been critical to the overall success of Home Energy, and the many contractors that rely on it.  

Bill Spohn: Bill Spohn is CEO and co-owner of TruTech Tools, LTD. Over the past 25 years Spohn has created, designed, and marketed an array of test and measurement products for technicians in the fields of building science, weatherization, and HVAC. Spohn has shared his expertise on the applications of testing and measurement instrumentation with a wide variety of audiences over the course of his career. Spohn holds three U.S. patents, and has worked extensively on standards development.

Leticia Colon de Mejias: Leticia Colon de Mejias is the Founder and CEO of Energy Efficiencies Solutions (EES), a Connecticut-based energy conservation company that offers comprehensive solutions to conserving energy and return on investment coaching for retrofits and energy upgrades. In 2007, Colon de Mejias co-founded Green Eco Warriors (GEW), a non-profit youth ecology and conservation group that fosters leadership skills, scientific inquiry, scholastic success, and environmental stewardship among young people. She has also authored eight children's books with a focus on energy efficiency and developed "English as a Second Language" courses at Hartford Hospital.  

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