2021 IECC Update – What may be coming to the 2021 IECC next year - Free webinar features SWEEP's own buildings efficiency expert Jim Meyers
July 23, 2019, 12:00pm-1:00pm MDT
The International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) code cycle is upon us, and critical decisions about the next round of code changes are being made. In this webinar, nationally esteemed code experts Jim Meyers and Shaunna Mozingo will explore significant changes to residential and commercial codes. Topics of discussion will include key amendments, field findings, compliance paths, and innovative products and approaches to meet and exceed code. If you want to keep your business ahead of the code curve, don’t miss this important webinar!
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Sponsored by: PowerShift by NVEnergy
About the Presenters:
Jim Meyers is Senior Associate, Director of Buildings Efficiency Program with the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, where he works on increasing energy efficiency in buildings. Jim is responsible for leading the buildings programs including adoption of newer energy codes and standards, going beyond code with green building programs, collaborating with stakeholders to increase efficiency in the build environment.
Previous to his current position Jim was a regional manager for an insulation trade association where he educated the building industry on the benefits of more energy efficient building enclosures and a Technical Director of a home energy rating provider.
He has provided building efficiency trainings across numerous building industries. Jim actively participates in International Code Council committees and was on the 2021 IECC Residential Committee, USGBC chapters and is a board member of the Energy Efficiency Business Coalition a non-profit trade association that represents energy efficiency businesses. His engineering degree comes from San Jose State University and is a LEED Green Association and Certified Green Professional.
Shaunna Mozingo: President, The Mozingo Code Group, LLC. In addition to being a plans analyst and inspector for a jurisdiction, Shaunna has managed over 20 energy code related contracts over the past 8 years, conducting research and providing training to code officials, builders, Energy Raters and designers both locally and around the U.S; provided code adoption assistance to many jurisdictions and hosted over 100 free webinars on energy code topics.
Shaunna also has served as a building inspector and competition juror for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon Competitions and served as the inspector for the China Solar Decathlon Competition.
She has been awarded the Department of Energy’s Jeffrey A Johnson Award for excellence in the advancement of building energy codes and performance, IMT and ICC’s Standard Bearer’s Award for her efforts in compliance with energy codes as well as the South West Energy Efficiency Project’s Award for Leadership in Energy Codes. Shaunna is a past president of the Colorado Chapter of ICC and serves on the Chapter’s Education, Legislative, Code Development and Membership committees. She was appointed to the International Code Council’s Commercial Energy Code Development Committee and Code Correlation Committee for the 2018 and 2021 code cycles. Shaunna’s latest accomplishment has been co-authoring the book, “2018 Energy Codes Essentials” for the International Code Council.
Housing's Emerging Energy Technologies - Southern Nevada H.E.E.T 2019
August 1, 2019, 12:00pm-4:00pm PST - City of Henderson City Hall, Green Valley Training Room, Reno, NV
We have a great workshop coming up on Housing's Emerging Energy Technologies (HEET) the afternoon of Thursday, August 1, 2019 in Henderson, Nev.
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Plug Into the Future! Join us for an exciting overview and discussion.
New technologies are emerging which can save homeowners money while reducing carbon dioxide and other emissions. Homes that produce as much energy as they use are increasingly economical. “Smart” grid-connected thermostats provide additional opportunities for consumers and utilities. Electric vehicles improve our air quality and generate economic benefits for Nevada. How can we accelerate these trends?
Topics covered by a panel of experts:
Zero-Energy and Zero-Energy Ready Homes
Heat-pump technologies and innovative utility programs
Smart water heater thermostats that enable thermal energy storage and grid benefits
Charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs) and Home Energy Storage/Batteries
The 2018 building energy code and what’s being discussed for the 2021 IECC
The importance to Nevada’s economy of implementing cost-effective measures to reduce CO2
Getting to Zero Forum - Join us at the premier global event dedicated to creating a zero energy, zero carbon future for the built environment.
October 9-11, 2019 - Oakland Marriott City Center, Oakland, CA
The Getting to Zero Forum is a solutions-focused event dedicated to zero energy and zero carbon buildings. The 2019 Forum will bring together 550+ leading policymakers, design professionals, building owners, systems manufacturers, commercial real estate representatives and others working to define a new energy future for the built environment. One year after the Global Climate Action Summit in California, the Forum has been named the official follow-up event for the building industry. Continuing the work of the Global Climate Action Summit, the Forum has a specific focus on scaling energy and zero carbon buildings by developing tangible pathways for building owners, cities, communities, and states to meet their energy and climate goals, boost economic growth, and achieve the goals set out in the Paris Agreement.
Mark your calendar and plan on joining other stakeholders in the zero energy/zero carbon buildings industry in Oakland, California, on October 9-11, for the 2019 Getting to Zero Forum.
Visit gettingtozeroforum.org for more information.