With sincere sadness and after careful deliberation, WHPA's Board of Directors authorized the dissolution of the Western HVAC Performance Alliance Inc (WHPA) which will be closing permanently by the end of November 2019 largely due to the inability to secure sustainable funding as a nonprofit 501(c)3 public benefit charity. For the past ten years WHPA’s broad-based member organizations and their appointed representatives have worked collaboratively to forge tangible energy savings in the residential and small commercial HVACR sectors in California and throughout the nation. We are extremely proud of all that we have accomplished together as a guiding light in meeting many concerns of the HVACR community at large and could not be more thankful to those who have believed in WHPA and invested their time and resources throughout the years. 

To preserve WHPA’s rich research legacy and pay homage to the time and resource investment of those who contributed to past WHPA work products, the WHPA Dissolution Transition Team will investigate options to transfer WHPA’s research library to a 501(c)3 organization with similar goals and objectives. To better inform those carrying forward WHPA’s efforts, please complete this very quick 3 question survey to share your thoughts on WHPA's dissolution decision and on the level of need for a neutral voice for the HVACR industry in the future.

Thank you for taking time to provide your stakeholder voice. As always, your input is greatly valued and appreciated.

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* 1. In your opinion, (on a scale of 1 to 5 with 1 being VERY IMPORTANT and 5 being NOT IMPORTANT) how important is it to have an organization act as a neutral voice for the HVACR industry?

1 Very Important 5 Not Important
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 2. Please share your thoughts/comments about the WHPA Board of Directors' decision to dissolve the Western HVAC Performance Alliance Inc. (WHPA) in the below comment box.

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* 3. From what HVACR related stakeholder perspective are your speaking?