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WHPA Subject Matter Expert (SME) Input Request

Let WHPA know your opinion


To better serve the needs of our members and the HVACR community at large, the Western HVAC Performance Alliance Inc. (WHPA) is conducting an annual survey to gain HVACR industry stakeholder perspective on concerns (key issues) in the industry and how WHPA can best meet those concerns. As a valued HVACR industry related voice, we request 2-3 minutes of your time to provide insight through completion of a 3 question anonymous survey. We recognize the importance of your time, so we've made participation in the survey easy and convenient. To participate, simply click on the following link:

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Welcome to Western HVAC Performance Alliance Inc.

"Transforming the HVACR Market Place for Consumer Benefit"


Western HVAC Performance Alliance Inc. (WHPA), a California Public Benefit Nonprofit Corporation operating as a tax exempt 501(c)3 public charity, is a neutral voice for the HVACR industry providing, conducting and promoting research and education focused on energy efficiency, environmental quality, and sustainability. Drawing funds from a broad base of income sources to accomplish its goals, WHPA works as a guiding light for its stakeholders and the community at large by educating and facilitating communication and action among a wide set of market actors to inform present and future HVACR energy efficiency initiatives, regulatory and legislative policies through workforce education & training, emerging technologies, and industry-vetted HVACR strategies and programs.

Our organization was initially founded in 2009 as the unincorporated entity known as the Western HVAC Performance Alliance in response to the portion of the California Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan (CEESP) that reads: ""An HVAC Advisory Group should be chartered to involve high-level HVAC industry stakeholders—such as manufacturers, distributors, and contractors—to coordinate industry sponsorship of and participation in HVAC strategies. Membership should also include other key players, such as the CPUC, Energy Commission, utilities, building owners/managers, consumers, and the Federal government."

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For more information, please email us at info@whpa-inc.org.