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2009 Energy Code Training

Webinar #1

Title:     IECC 2006 to 2009 Major Changes

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Length: 1 hr 15 min.

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This one-hour session is an overview of the major residential and commercial IECC changes from 2006 to 2009.  This session provides the basic information that every building jurisdiction and building professional will need previous to implementation of the 2009 IECC.

The webinar is designed to bring a deeper understanding to the building jurisdiction and the design professional.  They will be posted on the K Energy web site (http://kenergy.us) to provide an ongoing reference for code professionals.

The training is sponsored by Nevada State Office of Energy.  This training is in response to Nevada adopting the 2009 IECC building energy efficiency codes.  By providing the market with multiple education opportunities, we feel that the acceptance of code adoption and compliance can be brought to a higher level in our state.

Ken Baker

INSTRUCTOR:  Ken Baker
Ken Baker has worked with building efficiency since 1978 and codes and standards since 1986.  He is an experienced instructor on the International Energy Conservation Code and has provided IECC education in Utah, North Dakota, Idaho, Montana, Texas, Maryland, Nebraska, Nevada and Iowa.  A former builder and energy program specialist, he is very experienced in the on-the-ground science of how buildings work and has coordinated and presented hundreds of sessions on building efficiency and high performance building design strategies.  He received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Idaho in 1982.  In 2009 he worked with a New Buildings Institute team to develop the 2012 commercial building proposal that the International Code Council adopted in the fall of 2010.

Webinar #2

Title:     The Major Differences Between ASHRAE 90.1 2007 and the 2009 IECC

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Length: 1 hr 15 min.

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This one-hour module is designed to provide building officials and design professional attendees a more in depth review of the differences between ASHRAE and IECC.

The webinar is designed to bring a deeper understanding of specific IECC and best practice commercial building requirements to the building jurisdiction and the design professional.  They will be posted on the K energy web site (http://kenergy.us) to provide an ongoing reference for code professionals.

INSTRUCTOR:  Ken Baker

Webinars #3

Title: Complex HVAC Requirements

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Length: 1 hr 15 min.

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This one-hour session will provide the design professional the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of HVAC requirements and applications.  A new section on Complex HVAC (503.4) will assist the understanding of code application and system selection from the architect perspective.

The webinar is designed to bring a deeper understanding of specific IECC and best practice commercial building requirements such as complex HVAC systems and lighting and day lighting controls system interaction to the building jurisdiction and the design professional.  They will be posted on the K Energy web site (http://kenergy.us) to provide an ongoing reference for code professionals.

INSTRUCTOR:  Ken Baker

Webinars #4

Title:     Best Practice Day lighting and Controls Systems

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Length: 1 hr 15 min.

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This one-hour session opens the thought process among design professionals on the best value approaches for meeting IECC lighting control and day lighting requirements.  The session presents IECC requirements for control systems and provides schematics for best practice application of electric lighting in daylight areas.

The webinar is designed to bring a deeper understanding of specific IECC and best practice commercial building requirements such as complex HVAC systems and lighting and day lighting controls system interaction to the building jurisdiction and the design professional.  They will be posted on the K Energy web site (http://kenergy.us) to provide an ongoing reference for code professionals.

INSTRUCTOR:  Ken Baker

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