Update on the Latest Editions of Two Sections of the Mandated Energy Code
September 27 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Attention Electrical and Lighting Professionals!
Recent Legislation in Harrisburg, and in Philadelphia, is a major Game Changer for the Regional Design Professional Community.
Energy codes are playing an increasingly significant and far-reaching role in influencing the lighting and electrical design process, particularly concerning environmentally sustainable buildings. This presentation examines the growing impact of these energy efficiency regulations on most new construction projects, as well as on additions, alterations and renovations of existing non-residential buildings. It includes an insightful review of the major mandatory energy code requirements, plus an overview at the two alternative prescriptive path approaches to achieve full compliance for interior lighting and for exterior lighting. Several straightforward examples are provided to illustrate the applicability of the energy code as an integral part of the design process.
Reasons to Attend
These extensively revised code provisions, which are much more comprehensive than in the past, affect virtually all new building projects, as well as most renovation projects for existing buildings, throughout PA, NJ, DE and beyond, within the Mid-Atlantic region. It is noteworthy that the State of New Jersey is already enforcing newer versions of Standard 90.1, exclusively.
CEU’s are available at $5 for non-menbers and no cost for members. If you would like a CEU, please select CEU when registering.
Speaker(s): Carl Watson, P.E., MBA, LC,
2001 Market Street #600