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(C2.2) Prioritizing ECCCNYS Enforcement for Commercial Buildings (Pt 2)
January 20 @ 10:15 am - 11:45 am EST
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NYSERDA Energy Code Training provided by Performance Systems Development
C2.2 Prioritizing ECCCNYS Enforcement for Commercial Buildings Pt 2
Free registration for New York Code Officials.*
Use discount code: NYCEO
*For use by New York Code Officials only.
All Others: $15.00
Architects: 1.5 AIA LU | HSW
Home Performance Contractors: 1.5 BPI CEUs
Code Enforcement Officials: 1.5 NYS DOS In-Service Hours
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In a robust study of commercial buildings, 21% of the energy code provisions investigated were responsible for 81% of the potential savings. This created a framework for prioritizing energy code enforcement efforts based on the time it takes to verify a code provision versus the energy savings potential. With code enforcement officials being strapped for time and having other life-health safety priorities, this course, Part 2 of a two-part series, covering high-impact commercial mechanical and lighting requirements, will help them prioritize efforts, improve compliance, and maximize the realization of savings inherent in the energy code.
1- Identify the energy code requirements with the greatest energy impacts and prioritize energy code documentation
2- Describe a process for creating and reviewing plans that includes documenting and assessing the highest impact energy code provisions
3- Understand how to integrate provided construction details verification forms and checklists into normal compliance documentation or enforcement processes
4- Identify permit application specifications that enable a simplified plan review process as well as a process for providing or collecting verification forms