Home Performance Coalition Acquires Home Energy

December 09, 2018
Winter 2018
A version of this article appears in the Winter 2018 issue of Home Energy Magazine.
Click here to read more articles about

Dear Subscribers,

We have exciting news! The Home Performance Coalition (HPC) is acquiring Home Energy magazine. As longtime collaborators, we’ve been working closely together for over a year in anticipation of this new growth opportunity. Now, we will be part of the same team with Home Energy magazine continuing as the publishing arm of the Home Performance Coalition.

The magazine will continue to provide the same high-quality building science-based journalism you’ve come to expect, but it will also offer more educational materials, training guides, and conference discounts, as well as business development and networking opportunities. As we transition to a united association, we welcome your input and look forward to providing you with these additional benefits.


Your subscription will continue as usual, but if you normally pay by credit card, your bank statement will now show Home Performance Coalition. If you renew by check, please send your checks made payable to:

Home Performance Coalition
C/O Stark Circulation Services
P.O. Box 15128
North Hollywood, CA 91615

Please contact us if you have any questions at subscriptions@homeenergy.org or (510) 524-5405. We appreciate your continued support and will keep you updated as we move forward.

Jim Gunshinan, Editor
Home Energy Magazine

1250 Addison Street #211B
Berkeley, CA 94702
(510) 524-5405

Home Energy Pros
Discuss this article with other home performance professionals at Home Energy Pros!.

Add a new article comment!

Enter your comments in the box below:

(Please note that all comments are subject to review prior to posting.)


While we will do our best to monitor all comments and blog posts for accuracy and relevancy, Home Energy is not responsible for content posted by our readers or third parties. Home Energy reserves the right to edit or remove comments or blog posts that do not meet our community guidelines.

Related Articles
SPONSORED CONTENT What is Home Performance? Learn about the largest association dedicated to home performance and weatherization contractors. Learn more! Watch Video