Think Green Midwest LLC
Organizations we work with...

We are proud to say we work in conjunction with several great organizations. Over the years, we have established many partnerships that have been instrumental for our growth as a company. Not only do we work with these sustainability focused organizations, but we also work with several utility companies and regional programs. 

 1 Energy Star

The Energy Star program is an international standard for energy efficient consumer products originated in the United States of America. It was first created as a United States government program during the early 1990s, but Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan and the European Union have also adopted the program. Goods carrying the Energy Star logo, such as computer products and peripherals, kitchen appliances, buildings and other products, generally use 20%–30% less energy than required by federal standards.

 2 RESNET

RESNET stands for Residential Energy Services Network. The benefits of being a part of this network are:

Objectivity: 
Choosing a RESNET-certified auditor or rater means that you are selecting someone you can trust to provide an objective energy audit or rating. All RESNET member auditors and raters have pledged to disclose any financial interest they may have in a home that is being audited/rated. 

Technical Proficiency: 
RESNET auditor and rater members are fully trained, have demonstrated a high standard of technical proficiency, and have committed to maintain and improve their knowledge and proficiency through continuing education. 

Ethical Standards: 
RESNET members are committed to conducting energy audits and ratings in accordance with the RESNET Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. RESNET's purpose is to set the standard for quality of home energy audits and ratings, and has developed stringent industry standards to ensure the highest quality of service.

Complaint Resolution Process:
 RESNET has developed a complaint resolution process for consumers who believe that their auditor or rater has acted outside the RESNET Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. When you work with a RESNET member, you have the confidence that RESNET is standing behind you.

 
 3 Enterprise Green

Enterprise’s vision through Green Communities is to fundamentally transform the way we think about, design and build affordable homes. Green Communities is the first national green building program developed for affordable housing. We focus on the use of environmentally sustainable materials, reduction of negative environmental impacts and increased energy efficiency. And we emphasize designs and materials that safeguard the health of residents and locations that provide easy access to services and public transportation. Green Communities is designed to help developers, investors, builders and residents make the transition to a greener future for affordable housing. Created in consultation with some of the nation’s leading environmental, public health and green building experts, we offer grants, loans, tax-credit equity, training and technical assistance to give developers and builders the resources they need to bring green projects to life.

 
 4
 USGBC

The U.S. Green Building Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation. USGBC is best known for the development of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building rating systems and Greenbuild, a green building conference and expo that promotes the green building industry, including environmentally responsible materials, sustainable architecture techniques and public policy. We are able to certify your home under LEED Standards. Currently there are less than 200 LEED for Home Green Raters, and we are one that can provide this service. So, if you are in the tri-state area and need your home certified, give us a call. 

 
 5
 NAHB

NAHB is a trade association that helps promote the policies that make housing a national priority. Since 1942, NAHB has been serving its members, the housing industry, and the public at large. Its vision is to recognize housing and housing providers as the strength of America and create an environment where every American has the opportunity for a safe, decent and affordable home in a suitable living environment provided by an entrepreneurial and competitive industry.

 
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 Building Performance Institute

The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) is a national standards development and credentialing organization for residential energy efficiency retrofit work. BPI offers professional certification examinations on the assessment and upgrade of residential buildings – both single-family and multifamily. We also provide accreditation to contracting companies committed to whole house home performance, and quality assurance programs that ensure this work adheres to BPI’s nationwide technical standards. As an independent, not-for-profit organization, we bring together leading building science experts from across North America to develop our standards using a consensus-based methodology. Through a separate division, BPI maintains relations with a national network of affiliate training organizations who provide independent training for BPI professional certifications.The result? Sustainable, green-collar jobs in local communities that improve the comfort, health, safety, durability and energy efficiency of America’s existing houses.

  
  7 BIA of Central Ohio

Since 1943, the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio (BIA) has represented single and multiple family homebuilders, developers and remodelers throughout our region. Other members include subcontractors, suppliers and service professionals. As leaders in the housing industry, we are dedicated to protecting the industry while promoting ethical business practices and standards. We support our community and our members through professional development, legislative outreach, industry promotion and charitable efforts. 


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