The Home Performance Extensible Markup Language (HPXML) is an open data standard published by the Building Performance Institute (BPI), a nonprofit standards setting organization for the residential energy efficiency industry. HPXML was created by a diverse group of stakeholders to support the growth of the residential energy efficiency industry by facilitating communication and the exchange of information and data on residential building and energy performance.
Benefits of Standardization
Improve industry efficiency by reducing the costs of collecting and exchanging data between market actors.
Facilitate quicker and more automated transfer of information across a diverse set of market actors.
High Quality Research
Standardize terminology and collect higher quality data as a means of tracking and quantifying work completed in the industry.