Hear from workforce development professionals on techniques to grow and expand the energy codes workforce in a way that prioritizes equity. In this webinar, speakers will examine the specific issues facing the codes workforce and highlight ways to equitably address them.
Back by Popular Demand: BECP Energy Code Webinar Series!
Please join the DOE Building Energy Codes Program for the 2023-2024 Energy Code Webinar Series! This monthly webinar series, regularly scheduled for the third Thursday of every month at 1 p.m. (Eastern), will provide an opportunity to learn, discuss, and engage on timely and important energy code topics throughout the year. Each monthly webinar will be presented across a range of engaging formats, from topic-based lectures to expert panels and interactive discussions.
We hope you become a regular attendee and tune in to the webinar series each month. Our current lineup of topics over the next few months include:
- What You Need to Know about the New Energy Standard for Commercial Buildings: ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2022 | November 16 (Register)
- Best Practices for Understanding and Improving Compliance: Field Studies, Circuit Riders, and More | January 18 (Register)
- Addressing Existing Buildings: Building Performance Standards and Implementation Support Tools | February 15 (Register)
- Energy Code Enforcement Challenges and Opportunities in Rural Communities | March 21 (Register)
You can register for each webinar and access presentation slides at https://www.energycodes.gov/2023-energy-code-commentator-webinar-series.
AIA and ICC 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.