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With the rollout of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), opportunities to improve energy code implementation across the country are top of mind. Although $225 million is earmarked to support creative implementation efforts, it's often helpful to better understand compliance trends and learn from successful education and training efforts. In this session, speakers will highlight new research on residential compliance pathway preferences, demonstrate a new tool to gauge code compliance challenges and opportunities in states across the U.S. and discuss energy code education and training best practices.

The DOE Building Energy Codes Program is offering a series of online seminars as a follow-on to the 2022 National Energy Codes Conference. Each biweekly NECC Seminar Series session will materialize across a range of engaging formats, from topic-based lectures to expert panels to interactive discussions. 

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Upcoming Events

Don't forget to register and tune in to the rest of the seminars in the series.

  • October 6: LESS IS MORE: BUILDING TO ZERO ENERGY, WATER, AND CARBON Register
  • October 20: CRACKING THE CODE: UNLOCKING THE BENEFITS OF OFF-SITE CONSTRUCTION Register
  • November 17: OUTSIDE-THE-BOX OPTIONS TO ADVANCE MULTIFAMILY BUILDING EFFICIENCY¬†Register

Continuing Education

AIA, ICC, and RESNET continuing education credits will be offered for the live events. Instructions for requesting certificates of completion will be provided at the end of each live seminar.

The Building Energy Codes Program

The U.S. Department of Energy supports the advancement of building energy codes. Modern building codes and standards offer cost-effective solutions, contributing to lower utility bills for homes and businesses, and helping to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Learn more at energycodes.gov.