This course is designed to inform design and construction professionals about third party energy professionals - who they are, how to find them and how they can contribute to compliance with the residential provisions of the 2016 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (Energy Code). The course explores energy professionals in the context of relevant residential Energy Code provisions and highlights best practices and case studies of jurisdictions currently employing energy professionals.
Attendees will leave this course familiar with:
* Residential Energy Code provisions that permit contributions from energy professionals.
* Common residential energy professionals, their skills and qualifications.
* Each energy professional's potential contributions to residential Energy Code compliance.
* How and where energy professionals fit into building design, construction and enforcement.
IBTS, in conjunction with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is providing this training and education for New York's professionals on topics related to the New York State Energy Code.
4 AIA LU/HSW credits and 4 USGBC CE credits available.
1 hour break for lunch (food is not provided).
Registration is require and costs $35. For more information and to register, visit the event's webpage.