Local Strategies for Improving Energy Code Compliance

  • Date: February 23, 2012
  • Location: Online
  • Category: Webinar Archive


Over the past 6 years the national model energy codes have increased energy efficiency by an average of 30%. Unfortunately these potential savings often go unrealized due to a lack of compliance. Compliance is a means of ensuring that the requirements of the energy code are met. For a local government this typically means some type of enforcement role, but in a time of dwindling local budgets and constrained resources, an added responsibility is difficult to consider. This webinar will address strategies that local governments can employ to ensure that buildings in their jurisdiction are meeting the requirements of the energy code while still meeting the constraints of their budget. The webinar will present three successful strategies and examples of jurisdictions that have implemented the strategy.

Ryan Meres, Code Compliance Specialist, Institute for Market Transformation
John Umphress, Green Building & Sustainability Consultant Sr., Austin Energy Green Building Program
Jim H.Brown, CBO, CFPS, Deputy Building Official, City of Gillette, Wyoming
Staff Contact:
Tammy Zborel


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