Home Performance Stakeholder Council

Growing business opportunities for home performance products
and services in British Columbia

CONTRACTOR NETWORK

Join our network of qualified retrofit contractors and enjoy exclusive access to program offers. Plus, have your company displayed on a province-wide homeowner search tool.

Get Involved

 Learn about the options to stay informed and opportunities to work together in support of home performance industry development.

Who We Are

The Home Performance Stakeholder Council (HPSC) serves as the lead industry facilitator to increase the supply and demand for quality residential retrofit services that focus on single-family whole-home performance. The HPSC works with contractors and other industry stakeholders in British Columbia, Canada.

What We Do

The Home Performance Stakeholder Council exists to help companies operating in home performance succeed.  We believe industry input is critical to developing effective long-term policies and programs that support home performance. Our commitment is to facilitate industry engagement and development in the following key areas:

Advocacy

Creating opportunities for industry to work together to provide input and recommendations that remove barriers and promote growth.

Market Growth

Develop effective, long-term strategies, tools and resources to accelerate industry growth and expand business opportunities.

Capacity Building

Cultivate and support a trained and qualified workforce that reliably delivers home performance related products and services.

Quality Workmanship

Help the development and implementation of programs, training and accreditation that supports quality workmanship.

Who We Support

The Home Performance Stakeholder Council works with individual retrofit sectors through Sector Councils and brings together a range of stakeholders from different sectors through broad engagement and an Industry Advisory Committee. Participants include contractors and installers, manufacturers, suppliers, industry associations, program administrators, and other industry leaders.