Energy Code Implementation

Webinars and Upcoming Events

Webinars on Demand

Check out our webinars on demand page for past code training events including Breaking Down the New Code: 2018 IECC Commercial Training for Design Professionals and Philadelphia Energy Code Changes for Additions and Alterations.

Energy Modeling Training for Project Managers and Code Officials - Part 1: Energy Code Compliance

star 3 GBCI CE hours and AIA LU-HSWs pending

Wed, 6/5/2019 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Friends Center | 1501 Cherry St | Philadelphia, PA 19102

Green Building United, in partnership with Steven Winter Associates Inc., will deliver two 3-hour energy modeling trainings for project managers and code officials. Part 1 will focus on compliance with ASHRAE Standard 90.1 2016 code using Appendix G Performance Rating Method to minimize documentation for above code programs, such as LEED (using Alternative Compliance Path Pilot Credit 111 and likely to be the standard reference for LEED v4.1).

Energy Modeling Training for Project Managers and Code Officials - Part 2: Beyond Code Workshop

star 3 GBCI CE hours and AIA LU-HSWs pending

Wed, 6/12/2019 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Friends Center | 1501 Cherry St | Philadelphia, PA 19102

Green Building United, in partnership with Steven Winter Associates Inc., will deliver two 3-hour energy modeling trainings for project managers and code officials. Part 2 will focus on developing a practical understanding of current energy modeling programs and metrics, and will present ideal work-flow integration of energy analysis in a typical project schedule based on ASHRAE Standard 209, which defines an integrated energy modeling standard within the design process. Participants will be able to understand and apply early design workflows that provide energy performance feedback for projects that seek to meet or exceed the energy code.

City Council unanimously voted to adopt modern building codes in Philadelphia and the bill was promptly signed into law by Mayor Kenney. The 2018 International Codes represent an increase in energy efficiency of over 30 percent as compared to current code.

In a matter of months, Philadelphia transformed from lagging nearly a decade behind its peers to becoming a nationwide leader in modern code adoption. This move is one important step toward the city meeting its goal to reduce carbon emissions 80 percent by 2050.

This change in Philadelphia applies to commercial and multifamily buildings since most residential buildings are still governed by the state’s Uniform Construction Code, which adopted the 2015 Codes with just a few amendments.

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Training

As a leader, Philadelphia will need resources to ensure smooth compliance and enforcement.Green Building United and its partners are offering ongoing trainings and networking opportunities to support energy code changes. Training for and communication between the architecture, engineering, and construction industries and the code enforcement community is essential for the City's full energy and energy cost savings potential to be realized.

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