2018 CALBO Education Weeks: Lunch and Learn Events
Join Energy Code Ace in San Ramon, Ontario and Anaheim
If so, you’re invited to attend “Lunch and Learn,” a special lunch presentation to learn more about making energy code compliance easier and faster through “ace-age” technology. Energy Code Ace’s team will introduce attendees to a new user interface for nonresidential prescriptive compliance forms for completion and verification.
You’ve gained code knowledge in the classroom – now learn what free tools, training, and resources are available for you and your building department!
Energy Code Ace provides an online “one-stop shop” for Energy compliance – highlighting, explaining, and demonstrating classes and self-study tools, application guidebooks, fact sheets, trigger sheets, checklists (offering step-by-step guidance for plans checks and field inspections), Reference Ace (helping to navigate code documents with helpful links and search functions), and Forms Ace (aiding in determining which compliance forms are applicable to your specific project).
Lunch and Learn Event Dates:
– Wednesday, September 12, 2018 in San Ramon
– Wednesday, October 17, 2018 in Ontario
– Wednesday, December 19, 2018 in Anaheim
About Energy Code Ace: The Energy Code Ace program is developed and provided by the California Statewide Codes & Standards Program, which offers free energy code training, tools, and resources for those who need to understand and meet the requirements of Title 24, Part 6 and Title 20. Designed to improve compliance with the state’s building and appliance energy codes and standards, the program aims to advance the adoption and effective implementation of energy efficiency measures and building practices. Presenter Gary Shushnar serves as the Southern California Edison lead for Energy Code Ace and has decades of executive and engineering experience in energy efficiency, solar photovoltaics, and water purification.
For any questions about this opportunity please contact Lauren Herman, Director of Training and Communications, or call 916-457-1103.