Expired Agreements

If The rater agreement has been expired for less than one year

The Energy Rater must:

  • Provide proof of a current BPI Building Analyst certification,
  • Provide proof of current BEES certification, and,
  • If applicable, complete any training that was required to renew the agreement at the time it expired.

The energy rater shall not complete AHFC-authorized energy ratings until a new energy rater agreement is issued and signed into effect by AHFC.

If the rater agreement has been expired for between one and two years

 The Energy Rater shall:

  • submit at least two As-Is ratings for review,
  • present evidence of a current BPI Building Analyst certification,
  • present evidence of a current BEES certification, and,
  • attend the next available rater re-authorization training or AHFC-authorized alternative.

The energy rater shall not complete AHFC-authorized energy ratings until a new energy rater agreement is issued and signed into effect by AHFC.

If the rater agreement has been expired for between two and four years

The former Rater shall:

  • take the rater authorization exam, or other AHFC-approved testing,
  • submit at least two As-Is ratings for review,
  • present evidence of a current BPI Building Analyst certification,
  • present evidence of a current BEES certification, and,
  • attend the next available rater re-authorization training or AHFC-authorized alternative.

The Energy Rater shall not complete AHFC-authorized energy ratings until a new energy rater agreement is issued and signed into effect by AHFC.

If the rater agreement has been expired for over four years

For agreements that have been expired for over four years, the former rater must re-apply as a New Energy Rater and complete the requirements outlined in "Becoming an Energy Rater."

The energy rater shall not complete AHFC-authorized energy ratings until a new energy rater agreement is issued and signed into effect by AHFC.

Notification

The energy rater is responsible for tracking the expiration of their required certifications. AHFC will notify the energy rater in writing when their agreement is within 30-days of the energy rater agreements expiration date, but is not responsible for notifying the rater of expired certifications.

AHFC will notify the energy rater in writing when the energy rater's agreement has expired.

An energy rater agreement is expired if:

  • The agreement has not been renewed prior to the agreement's expiration date
  • A required certification has not been renewed prior to agreement's expiration date.

If an energy rater agreement expires, effective immediately upon the date the agreement expires or the date a required certification expires, the energy rater:

  • May not perform energy ratings for AHFC programs
  • Will be removed from the AK Rebate Call Center Dispatch List
  • Will be removed from the AHFC Web List of Energy Raters
  • Will be removed from AHFC communications to energy raters

The requirements to renew the agreement will depend upon how long the agreement has been expired.