April 4th, 2018
@ 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Syracuse, NY
Designed for potential consumers of third-party energy professionals’ services, this course will explore their role in achieving compliance with the ECCC-NYS 2016.
This course, designed for consumers and potential consumers of third party energy professionals’ services, will explore the role of energy professionals in achieving compliance with the residential provisions of the 2016 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (ECCCNYS-2016). The course will include an overview of the residential energy code provisions that promote the use of energy professionals, highlight best practices and case studies of jurisdictions currently employing energy professionals, and offer discussion on incorporating the energy professional industry into current design, construction, and enforcement processes.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Become familiar with residential code provisions that permit the use of energy professionals.
- Identify common residential energy professionals and their skill sets and capabilities.
- Discuss the benefits of using each energy professional in residential code compliance.
- Identify how and where energy professionals fit into current code compliance processes.
AIA LU/HSW, ICC, IACET, GBCI, BPI, RESNET and NYSDOS ECCC continuing education credits are available for this course.
In association with the 2018 NYS Green Building Conference, this training is being offered free of charge. For more information and to register for the conference, please go to www.esf.edu/greenbuilding.