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2022 National Energy Codes Conference

Virtual

EVENT DETAILS July 19:  Pre-conference Workshop—Newcomers to energy codes—as well as those looking to refresh their knowledge—attend the Energy Code Bootcamp, a training workshop covering Energy Codes 101, and an introduction to DOE's REScheck and [...]

PIVOT 2022: All Hands on Deck

PIVOT is a decade-long conference series focused on catalyzing startups, governments, philanthropists, investors, oil, gas and geothermal industry players to collaborate, innovate, and push geothermal development into exponential growth globally by 2030. Join us [...]

Strategies for Achieving Zero Energy in Multifamily Buildings

ASHRAE's latest Advanced Energy Design Guide for Multifamily Buildings, developed with support from DOE, assists multifamily building owners and operators, design professionals, and developers in achieving zero energy buildings. The guide's creators will walk [...]

Less is More: Building to Zero Energy, Water, and Carbon

Recurring droughts and fires, severe weather stressing electric grids, and fluctuations in the natural gas market have communities and individuals increasingly seeking out solutions to create more resilient homes and businesses. Buildings that are [...]

Cracking the Code: Unlocking the Benefits of Off-site Construction

Industrialized construction practices, such as off-site manufacturing, have demonstrated an ability to reduce build times, lower costs, improve quality and performance, reduce environmental impact, create safer working environments, and increase overall construction productivity. Although [...]

Outside-the-Box Options to Advance Multifamily Building Efficiency

Multifamily buildings have historically been a challenging building type when it comes to energy code requirements. Whether its challenges related to envelope tightness and testing, implementing new technologies such as EV, PV, storage or [...]

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