2015 CBES Expanded Training January 27th
Post date: Dec 9, 2015 8:14:36 PM
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EXPANDED TRAINING ON VERMONT'S
2015 COMMERCIAL BUILDING ENERGY STANDARDS
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
8:00am - 3:30pm
(Weather Day January 28th*)
Three Stallion Inn
665 Stock Farm Road Randolph, VT 05060
This in-depth training session promises to be informative and practical. The course will start with a review of the 2015 CBES and its significant changes from the 2011 code and move into identifying in each section of the code best practices to meet the requirements. Project examples will be used to share alternate approaches and invite discussion on the intent of the code language, recent and expected changes, and attendees’ experiences. The new Stretch Guideline and its application for Act 250 projects will be covered as well as available software tools, including COMcheck and Efficiency Vermont’s Lighting Power Density (LPD) tool, for demonstrating code compliance. The day will wrap up with two final segments: certification requirements and an overview of Efficiency Vermont services for new construction projects.
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Upon completion, participants will be better able to:
§ Understand and apply the requirements of 2015 CBES
§ Use COMcheck and other software tools to show CBES compliance
§ Apply best energy efficiency practices to meet CBES
§ Understand CBES certification, compliance
§ Use Efficiency Vermont's services to identify and achieve project energy goals
§ Understand the Stretch Guideline and when/where it will apply
8:30 2015 CBES and How to Meet
10:00 15 min break
10:15 Examples & Best Practices
12:30 Stretch Guideline & Act 250
2:00 15 min break
2:15 Certification; EVT services
1:15 Compliance Tools, incl. COMcheck
Nick Thiltgen and Charlie Carpenter are energy efficiency consultants with Efficiency Vermont and the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation. They both provide technical support to commercial new construction projects throughout Vermont and help design and construction professionals interpret and apply energy codes, energy efficiency, and best practices. They also provide ongoing support in responding to day-to-day inquiries received through the Energy Code Assistance Center.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:
6 LU's for AIA (with HSW)
Registration is $60 and includes the full day training, 6 CE credits, continental breakfast, lunch and a 1-year membership in the ICC Building Safety Association of Vermont!
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* Weather Day Plan: Information about either delaying the start time of the event on Wednesday, the 27th OR moving the event to the Weather Day, Thursday, the 28th will be posted on this website by 6:00 PM on Tuesday, January 26th.