USGBC/GBCI approved for 1.5 CEU
The 2012 Building Code will result in substantial energy savings - and long-term monthly electricity bill savings - for residential and commercial building owners. This presentation will explore the energy conservation building codes, outline their intended impact. and discuss the challenges and opportunities they create. The presentation will also provide an update and analysis of the current legislative debate surrounding the 2012 Energy Conservation Building Code and what to expect in the 2014 Legislative short-session, which begins on May 14th.
Chuck Perry, Program Director for the North Carolina Energy Efficiency Alliance
Julie Robinson, President of Robinson Consulting Group, whose clients include NC Sustainable Energy Association & the Energy Foundation
$15 USGBC NC Chapter members
$25 non-Chapter members
Participants will leave understanding:
1. What are the major energy efficiency elements within the 2012 Building Code for commercial and residential facilities? 2 What are the benefits to designers, builders and occupants of meeting and exceeding these requirements? 3. Energy efficient construction strategies and options 4.Why builders should pay attention to energy efficiency policy and how to positively influence that policy.