DOE National Energy Codes Conference 2016
ENERGY CODES WORK!
Thank you for joining us March 21-24, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona, for the 2016 DOE National Energy Codes Conference. "Energy Codes WORK!" focused on achieving compliance but sessions also covered development, adoption, policy, tools and research.
Jeffrey A. Johnson Award
The Jeffrey A. Johnson Award for Excellence in the Advancement of Building Energy Codes recognizes an individual or team in the United States for leadership in building energy codes in the pursuit of energy efficiency goals. This award is presented at the National Energy Codes Conference.
Congratulations to the 2016 award co-winners: the Washington Energy Codes Team and Jim Edelson!
Copies of presentations are available to view/download from the associated speaker links below.
Pre-Conference: Monday, March 21
Day 1: Tuesday, March 22
- When Making a Difference Really Makes a Difference; John Tooley
The Devil in the Details of Sustainable Homes
What Resources Are Available to Meet the Code?
- What Resources Are Available to Meet the Energy Code?
Amy Dzura, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance
Ricky Sandlin, Burgess Construction Consultants, Inc
Larry Mahaffey, Kentucky Energy Code Circuit Rider
Shaun Hassel, Advanced Energy
Innovative Insulation Strategies
- Thermal Insulation; past, present, and future?; Doug Smith, NanoPore
- Keep Laie Cool: A Grassroots Cool Wall Program; Howard Wiig, State of Hawaii
- Innovative Insulation Strategies; Jarret Davis, Hall Architects
- Ventilation and the Residential Energy Code; Tim Manz, City of Blaine
Residential Field Studies
- Residential Energy Code Field Study; Jeremy Williams, US DOE
On-Site Generation and Residential Energy Codes
- Solar PV and the ERI Compliance Path; Charlie Haack, ICF International
- Win – Win – Win Strategies; CR Herro, Meritage Homes
- US Building Energy Efficiency Policies and Onsite Power Production Credit through the Energy Rating Index; Harry Misuriello, ACEEE
Ventilation and the Residential Energy Code
- Residential Ventilation Effectiveness in the Pacific Northwest; Gary Nordeen, Washington State University
- Energy Codes: Building Air Tightness and Ventilation; Mike Moore, Newport Partners, LLC.
- Multifamily Homes Drivers; Daran Wastchak, D.R. Wastchak, LLC
- Code Enforcement: The Energy Code In Multifamily; Hope Medina, Colorado Code Consulting, LLC
- Building Efficiency in Multi-Family Housing; Michael Mancini, Meritage Homes
Compliance – Taking it from the Book to the Building
- Compliance – Taking it from the Book to the Building; Anthony Floyd, City of Scottsdale
- The Washington State Experience; Gary Nordeen, Washington State University
- 3rd-Parties in Energy Code Compliance; Jeffrey Domanski, IBTS
Day 2: Wednesday, March 23
- C.R. Herro
2015 IECC and the ERI
- Michael Browne, Advanced Building Analysis, LLC; Energy Raters of Massachusetts, Inc.
- Richard Morgan, SPEER
- Sharon Patterson Grant, Idaho Energy Code Collaborative
- Lauren Westmoreland, SEEA
- Energy Code Compliance for Existing Buildings; Brian McCowan, energy & resource solutions
- Idaho Energy Circuit Rider; David Freelove, Idaho Energy Code Collaborative
- Change of Occupancy Compliance Guidance; Jennifer Senick, Rutgers Center for Green Building
2018 IECC: Proposals and Themes
- 2018 IECC Commercial; Jim Edelson, New Buildings Institute
- Overview of the 2018 Residential IECC Code Change Proposals; Eric Makela, Cadmus Group
- 2018 IECC Proposals & Themes; Jeremy Williams, US DOE
How Much Energy Do Codes Really Save?
- Using Pre-Post Billing Data to Estimate Code Savings; Allen Lee, Cadmus Group
- Measured Residential Energy Code-Related Energy Reduction in Florida; Charles Withers, Jr., Florida Solar Energy Center
- Census Scale Analysis to Measure Energy Code Savings; Nick Taylor, IFAS Extension, University of Florida
Energy Code Adoption Trends and Strategies
- IECC – Status Update of State and Local Adoptions; Dave Nichols, International Code Council
- Progressive Jurisdictions in a Conservative State; Sharon Patterson Grant, Idaho Energy Code Collaborative
- Energy Code Adoption In Colorado; Zach Owens, Colorado Energy Office
Day 3: Thursday, March 24
National Appliance Standards and Interactions with Codes
- Pre-emption in the context of ZNE and other policies; Jim Edelson, New Buildings Institute
- Appliance and Equipment Efficiency Standards; Joanna Mauer, Appliance Standards Awareness Project
- Preemption in California; Mary Anderson, PG&E
Energy Codes and Federal Policy
- Manufactured Housing and Federally-Insured Mortgages; Eric Lacey, Responsible Energy Codes Alliance
- Building Energy Codes & Federal Policy: The View from Capitol Hill; Mark Ames, ASHRAE
- NASEO Perspective on Energy Efficiency, Codes and the CPP; Rodney Sobin, NASEO
- Massachusetts Code Compliance Support Initiative (CCSI) and Commercial Compliance Study; Ari Michelson, energy & resource solutions
- Commercial Code Evaluation; Ken Baker, NEEA
- Assessing Potential Energy Cost Savings from Increased Energy Code Compliance in Commercial Buildings; Michael Rosenberg, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Best Practices for Code Enforcement
- City Energy Code Baseline and Response; David Kaiser, DCRA: Green Building Division
- The Energy Code Coach Model; Jeanne Fricot, Center for Sustainable Energy
- Pima County; Rich Franz-Under, Pima County Development Services