Timely Tales of Energy Codes: Kick-off to the NECC Seminar Series

Host:

DOE / PNNL

Online

October 1, 2020

Representatives from the DOE Building Energy Codes Program (BECP) will present updates and set the stage for future webinars in this multi-part seminar series. This initial installment will feature a state and local round-up and a collection of panelists speaking to the many notable advancements across the U.S. In addition, BECP will highlight recent updates impacting building energy efficiency, resilience and energy codes, and introduce the many engaging topics that we'll cover in the coming weeks: 

  • What’s new in Standard 90.1-2019 and the 2021 IECC
  • Best practices for virtual/remote inspections and electronic permitting
  • Advanced technologies and the role of building energy codes
  • Updates on state building energy efficiency field validation studies
  • Evolving state and local policies toward a resilient, efficient future
  • HVAC design strategies and limitations for low-load homes
  • How to support trends toward performance-based code compliance

Date & Time: Thursday, October 1, 2020 @ 1:00 - 2:00pm ET

Register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8938988161429510158​

Speakers: David Nemtzow and Jeremy Williams, U.S. Department of Energy; Amber Wood, City and County of Denver; Blake Shelide, Oregon Department of Energy; Ed Carley, NASEO; Emily Hoffman, NYC Department of Buildings; Ryan Colker, ICC

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