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Lake City, Colo., Sept. 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
Thursday, September 12, 2 pm Eastern
2021 Code Cycle: How Today’s Decisions about Energy Codes will Drive the Rapid Transition to Net Zero Buildings with Bill Fay, the executive director of the Energy Efficient Codes Coalition
Things are heating up for this November’s critical ICC ballot to update America’s Model Energy Code. Local and state officials recognize the critical role buildings play in sound energy and climate policy, and are signaling their intent to vote.
Notably, the U.S. Conference of Mayors unanimously adopted a resolution on July 1 encouraging cities to commit their full voting slate to vote for proposals that boost the efficiency of the 2021 IECC by at least 10%. It’s their hope that by tackling the nation’s largest source of carbon – buildings – things will start cooling down, and fast!
EECC’s Bill Fay will discuss what’s ahead in this year’s ICC Code Development cycle: the stakes, the challenge, the deadlines, and the players
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Tuesday, September 17, 2 pm Eastern
Sustainable Protection with Smart Leak Detection Systems for the Home, with Eric Skare, Innovation Manager, Uponor
According to a recent study of American homeowners, nearly half define a move-in ready home as containing smart technology. With smart leak detection systems becoming the next frontier in the connected home, builders need to be aware of the solutions out there that can provide the best protection from water leaks and conservation of our most precious resource.
Learn from one of the largest, most extensive water monitoring studies that collected over one billion data points in 18 states to find out how you can offer customers the best water monitoring and leak detection solutions as well as understand how doing so can drive environmental and financial success in your business.
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Wednesday, October 9, 2 pm Eastern
Title 24 - Understanding and Planning for Upcoming Changes, with Geoff Wickes, Senior Product Manager for NEEA’s Emerging Technologies Group and Gregg Holladay, Business Development Manager – Specialty Markets, Bradford White Water Heaters
The next round of Title 24 changes are upon us, and it’s imperative to stay up to date on critical code changes that will impact your business! This webinar will explore the key modifications, innovative technologies, such as heat pump water heaters, that will help you meet and exceed performance requirements, and successful case studies with solutions for reaching energy efficiency targets and cost targets. If you want to keep your business ahead of the code curve, don’t miss this important webinar!
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