NC 2012 Residential Energy Code Training
This workshop will provide an in-depth look at the 2012 NC Residential Energy Code, different strategies to show compliance, and a review of building science. The focus of the workshop will be on the changes required in insulation, fenestration, air sealing, and lighting. Diagnostic testing options will be reviewed and demonstrated, as well as when it is required to meet compliance. An energy code visual library will be shown with new photos from job sites across the state of compliant and non-compliant practices, along with advanced framing options.
- Understand the scope of the residential energy code and climate zones.
- Determine the best path for compliance for different projects.
- Review the importance of a tight building envelope, what the energy code requires in terms of air sealing and the different ways to show compliance.
- Understand insulation and fenestration tables and code related requirements.
- Review the new lighting requirements for residential construction.
- Learn the duct sealing and insulation requirements as well as the different options for compliance in regards to the tightness of the duct system.
- Participants will be introduced to the additional voluntary criteria (HERO code), the reasons to go above and beyond the minimum code, and code resources.
Cost: $250* (lunch included)
*Early Registration Cost: $200 - Register by close of business day June 6th to receive discount
Students in UNC system cost: $200**
**Student Early Registration Cost: $175
Location: Appalachian State University Campus, Room 329 in the College of Education Building. Park at College Street Parking Deck directly across from building (Parking attendant will allow you into parking deck). See map below.
Time: 9:00am - 4:00 pm
Continuing Education Credits Offered: 6 LU|HSW, 6 PDH, NCDOI CE 6 Building OR 6 Mechanical , 6 NATE, BPI
All attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion
Learn the energy code from the people who helped develop it!
Experts from Appalachian State University were part of a team that helped North Carolina in developing a building code that delivers 30% improved energy efficiency compared to the baseline of the 2006 International Energy Efficiency Code.
Click here for some great resources on the 2012 North Carolina Energy Code.This workshop is co-sponsored by the
North Carolina Energy Efficiency Alliance.
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Dr. Jeff Ramsdell, Director
828-262-7514 (Appalachian Energy Center)
401 Academy Street
226 IG Greer Hall
ASU Box 32131
Boone, NC 28608
Appalachian Energy Center
Appalachian State University