The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Building Energy Codes Program is excited to announce the 2022 National Energy Codes Conference! This year’s event will take place July 19-21, is returning in a virtual forum, and is free for all to attend. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the latest energy code advancements, participate in the discussion, and use your knowledge to inform the future of efficient and resilient building energy codes!
Registration is now open! Stay tuned for more information including speaker details, event activities and more—and sign up for Building Energy Codes Program updates below!
- 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 COMcheck energy code compliance software.
- July 20-21: Main Event—Featuring a variety of informative and engaging plenary sessions, discussion panels, and interactive breakouts on the latest and greatest in building energy codes.
Draft agenda now available
- $225M in New Support for Efficient and Resilient Energy Code Implementation
- Adapting State and Local Climate Policies to Energy Codes
- Intersection of Codes and Building Performance Standards
- Distributed Energy Resources in the Code
- Getting to Zero Energy Codes or Carbon Over Time
- And many more!
Who Should Attend
Energy code stakeholders and participants of all types! Building officials, builders, state energy offices, trade associations, energy efficiency organizations, architects, engineers, policymakers, manufacturers, utilities, code administrators, educators, researchers and more!
- View presentations from the 2021 National Energy Codes Conference
- View presentations from the 2021 Summer Webinar Series
- View presentations from the 2020 Building Energy Code Seminar Series
- See highlights and presentations from the last in-person event, the 2019 National Energy Codes Conference
- View program brochures from past events in the National Energy Codes Conference archive
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