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NFRC Opens Registration of 2021 Fall Membership Meeting

The National Fenestration Rating Council opened registration for its 2021 Fall Membership Meeting, to be held Oct. 25 - 27 in Atlanta. NFRC is the nation’s leading authority on energy-performance ratings for fenestration products including windows, doors, and skylights.  

After two virtual meetings in 2020 and a series of webinars and online events in 2021, NFRC will continue to deliver the latest innovations and advancements in the fenestration industry at this membership meeting. It’s also an opportunity to reconnect, get involved, learn about NFRC, and help shape the progress in energy-efficient windows, doors, and skylights, say officials.

At the three-day event, attendees will hear from researchers and scientists on how to bring revolutionary technologies to market. Also, NFRC’s CEO Deb Callahan will kick off the inaugural Women in Fenestration breakfast for women leaders in the industry to meet and talk about opportunities, challenges, and ways that women can support one another in the industry. 

“We are excited to welcome back our members, stakeholders, and partners at our first in-person meeting in two years. At the same time, we recognize many people still have concerns about traveling and attending large, public gatherings. We are taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of meeting attendees and NFRC staff,” says CEO Deb Callahan. “A lot has changed in the fenestration industry that affects NFRC members. We want to share the latest trends and innovations in windows, doors, and skylights so our members and partners continue to have a voice in the energy efficiency and green building sector.” 

Other Fall Membership Meeting highlights include:  

Green Building Tour

Learn how new and renovated buildings in the Atlanta metro area incorporate energy-efficient fenestration into their plans to meet net-zero goals.  


Catch up with long-time colleagues and meet new meeting attendees during a welcome reception, member awards’ reception, networking lunch, and breaks throughout the meeting.  

Committee Block Meetings

In addition to technical committee block meetings, there will be a session dedicated to relevant technical topics where attendees can learn and contribute to small groups discussions.  

Commercial Program Update

Hear from researchers sharing the findings of the installed commercial window stock in the US, window sales estimates, current commercial building window codes, and market trends of installation to or above code. 

Industry Updates

Get the latest information from the Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, and others on opportunities for partnerships.   

Efficient Windows Collaborative

Identify ways to get involved with the revamped Window Selection Tool to showcase products for consumers.  

Register now