California utilities have benefitted from strong building efficiency codes that have helped keep energy use constant in the state for decades. Power providers also appreciate the challenges building owners and developers face in complying with the toughest efficiency codes in the nation. Green Technology Training is offering a seminar that can help construction and real estate professionals, as well as utility key account staff and program managers, get up to speed on the latest revisions.
2016 Building Efficiency Standards: Changes and Challenges will cover the Title 24 changes that go into effect January 2017 for both residential and commercial buildings, from high performance walls and attics to lighting and lighting controls. With each round of revisions, the state’s Energy Code moves closer to the goal of zero net energy for all new construction. Staying up to date with its evolution will help utilities as they design new efficiency programs, update preferred contractor lists and advise commercial customers on retrofits.
For convenience, Green Technology is offering the seminar on multiple dates at locations throughout the state:
- April 8, 2016 – Orange County, California
- May 12, 2016 – Concord/Martinez, California
- May 26, 2016 – Ventura, California
- June 23, 2016 – Sacramento, California
Attendees will be eligible to receive five Health, Safety and Welfare Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from the American Institute of Architects and .5 International Code Council CEUs for the course. Sessions will also offer Build it Green CEUs (one credit per hour) and Construction Management Association of America renewal points (one per hour). All registrants will receive a certificate of participation.
This training is a good opportunity to prepare your staff to support customers as they work toward creating the most efficient building stock in the country. Knowledge is power, and knowledge of the California Building Code is the power to become an indispensable resource your customers can rely on.