Use the HPBA Research Library to Help Plan Your Business

In these confusing times, everyone is looking for information – whether there’s an idea of when the changes forced by COVID-19 will end, are there loans for my business, what does this mean for the economy, and many more questions. Due to COVID-19 and its impact, having a well-informed plan and making a data-driven decision … Continue reading Use the HPBA Research Library to Help Plan Your Business

Urge Congress to Provide Small Business Coronavirus Relief Immediately

For small businesses across America, the CARES Act has provided much-needed assistance to those of us who are hurting as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But critical funding for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which was made available to small businesses as a result of the CARES Act, has officially run out, which is only adding … Continue reading Urge Congress to Provide Small Business Coronavirus Relief Immediately

HPBA Government Affairs Academy set for July 2020

The sharp increase in local cities banning – or considering a ban of – natural gas in new homes has sparked tremendous interest in the 2020 Tom Pugh Government Affairs Academy (GAA), to be held in Washington, DC, on July 20–23, 2020. This program is designed to empower local members to be better advocates at the … Continue reading HPBA Government Affairs Academy set for July 2020

Have You Downloaded Your NSPS Retailer Toolkit?

Over the past few months, HPBA has received many questions from retailers and distributors about requirements under Step 2 of the EPA’s New Source Performance Standards for Residential Wood Heaters (NSPS), set to go into effect on May 15, 2020. HPBA created a toolkit with information that all retailers need to know. Resources include an … Continue reading Have You Downloaded Your NSPS Retailer Toolkit?