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Certified Green Professional (CGP)
This designation requires 24 hours of NAHB-approved training, and additional continuing education every three years. Subjects covered in training discuss how green homes provide buyers with lower energy costs and higher value, and will include strategies for incorporating green-building principles into homes without driving up the cost of construction.
The designation curriculum requires completion of the Green Building for Building Professionals two-day course and either the Business Management for Building Professionals one-day course or having another current NAHB professional designation.
Upon successful completion of course work, submission of a graduation application and signed Code of Ethics is required to graduate. The CGP designation recognizes a high degree of professional competence, and is awarded to individuals only.
Utah License S-202
S-202 Solar Photovoltaic and wind generation
Utah License S-215
S-215 Solar Thermal and MicroHydro
NAR Green Realtor
NAHB Green Verifier