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[ October 24, 2013 ]Webinar/Seminar in Ankeny, IA
Webinar: Energy Code Compliance
IECC-2012 or ASHRAE 90.1-2010; Which is Right for Your Project?
October 24, 2013
Date: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Seminar/Webinar: 9 am – 10:30 am
Location: Iowa Energy Center Energy Resource Station, Bldg. 23, DMACC, Ankeny, IA
Webinar Information: See instructions below on how to connect via your computer.
Education Credit: Certificate for one Professional Development Hour (PDH) available to onsite attendees.
The Iowa Energy Center is pleased to announce a free seminar/webinar regarding energy code compliance in Iowa by Jeff Boldt of KJWW Engineering. Many states will adopt the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) 2012. Iowa plans to adopt IECC-2012 on January 1, 2014 with an effective date a few months later. This code permits two prescriptive compliance paths – the IECC prescriptive path and ASHRAE 90.1-2010 prescriptive path. There are significant differences between these two codes. Mr. Boldt’s presentation covers the basics of federal law regarding state energy codes and compares the two prescriptive compliance options so that project teams can decide which is the correct compliance path for their project.
Jeff Boldt, a principal and the Director of Engineering at KJWW Engineering, is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 30 years experience in mechanical and acoustical design. He is a voting member of ASHRAE 90.1. Jeff chairs the Advanced Energy Systems – Hydronics, Elevator, Booster Pump, and Duct System Leakage working groups in the 90.1 committee and is a member of ASHRAE SSPC 189.1, ASHRAE’s green building code which covers site sustainability, water efficiency, energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality, impact on atmosphere and materials, and construction plans for operation. Jeff is a LEED Accredited Professional, specializing in sustainable and energy conserving design practices. He provides Quality Control reviews, providing detailed checking of design intent, quality of plans and specifications, and systems start-up and commissioning. Jeff is based in KJWW Engineering’s Madison, Wisconsin office.
- Prior to the webinar, go to www.extension.iastate.edu/testconnect to be sure your system is working properly for Adobe Connect.
- Check that the speakers on your computer are working properly.
- Approximately 10-15 minutes prior to the 9 am webinar, please go to https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/r7jvna7aa23. (We suggest that you do not use Chrome as your browser.)
- Select “Guest”, type in your name, and click “Enter Room”.
- You will then enter the Adobe Connect webinar room and wait for the webinar to begin.
- You will hear the webinar via your computer speakers.
- You may ask questions through “Chat” within the Adobe Connect window.
- If you have problems viewing the webinar, go to www.extension.iastate.edu/testconnect to be sure your system is working properly for Adobe Connect.
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Categories: Energy Efficiency