Letter to Advertisers

Home Energy Advertiser,

Welcome to Home Energy, the magazine for building professionals who care about measurably improving the performance, comfort, and affordability of North American homes. In our 36th year, we're extending the reach of your ad in our quarterly print issues by distributing a digital replica of each Home Energy issue to over 50,000 contacts at the foremost trade organizations in the home performance and green building industry.

Our publication has a new home with the Home Performance Coalition (HPC), who acquired us in November! Home Energy and HPC have been media partners along with Building Performance Institute (BPI) and Efficiency First. We will continue working together to develop the market and workforce for building and retrofitting high-performance homes. Home Energy will deliver your print ads directly to attendees at leading regional and national trade shows and conferences—see the partial list on page 4. These partnerships provide increased distribution of your ad to the right audience at an affordable price.

Home Energy readership is unique in the green building and HVAC industries. We reach a wide spectrum of readers working in energy efficiency and measured home performance— from federal, state, and utility energy efficiency and weatherization program managers to home performance, building, and HVAC contractors, raters, auditors, and consultants. Our readers are leaders! Our readers—in print and online—trust that the products and services advertised in Home Energy will help them measurably improve the efficiency, durability, and comfort of the homes they build, rate, and retrofit.

I invite you to be part of the community of suppliers and manufacturers who are helping to build and maximize the power of home energy efficiency.

Yours in building a clean energy future,

Tom White

Maggie Forti

Director of Advertising

COVER: The Honda Smart Home US, located at the University of California, Davis, was developed to showcase the company's vision for sustainable, low-carbon living and personal transportation. Photo courtesy of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

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