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2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Single-family Standards: Introduction to the Performance Approach

Online

Use the 2022 Multifamily Energy Inspection Checklist to practice streamlined inspection of installation scenarios while also targeting top categories of high-value energy savings and impact on compliance. Effective building energy efficiency enforcement is reviewed and practiced as a comprehensive process — from initial consult of building features listed in permitted documentation to review of what contractors document as installed to visual confirmation of these features on-site. This highly interactive online live course is designed to provide Building Inspectors with the

Bay Area E-Contractor Academy

SFPUC Contractors Assistance Center 150 Executive Park Blvd #1300, San Francisco, CA, United States

Emerald Cities Collaborative (ECC) Bay Area is pleased to invite you to apply to our Spring 2024 E-Contractor Academy, a FREE in-person workshop series focused on building technical, economic and operational capacity with small, minority/BIPOC, women, veteran-owned and/or disadvantaged local construction businesses (MWVDBEs) to successfully do business in climate-critical decarbonization fields such as building electrification, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and more. ECC provides services for tailored entrepreneurial support throughout and beyond this academy via its E-Contractor network and community partners, including but not limited

Electrify Efficiently: Overcoming Heat Pump Objections

Online

Join us as Electrify My Home continues this ‘lunch-and-learn’ webinar series focused on home electrification. The Electrify Efficiently webinar series will highlight the tremendous business opportunities, vital role of efficiency, and lessons learned from the field. Heat Pumps are quickly gaining traction as a preferred HVAC and water heating technology. California has a goal for 6 million installed heat pumps by 2030, and state plans indicate that new gas furnace and water heaters will not be permitted after 2030. While

Electrify Efficiently: Overcoming Heat Pump Objections

Online

Join us as Electrify My Home continues this ‘lunch-and-learn’ webinar series focused on home electrification. The Electrify Efficiently webinar series will highlight the tremendous business opportunities, vital role of efficiency, and lessons learned from the field. Heat Pumps are quickly gaining traction as a preferred HVAC and water heating technology. California has a goal for 6 million installed heat pumps by 2030, and state plans indicate that new gas furnace and water heaters will not be permitted after 2030. While

Residential Space Conditioning and Water Heating

Modesto, California (TBD)

Electrify My Home provides training based on real-world experience with residential electrification. With hundreds of high-performance projects completed to date, Electrify My Home shares its experience with others in a fast-paced training program that will benefit all parts of your company. We share principals of “Install Small” and “Good Electrification” processes that will keep your customers satisfied while simultaneously optimizing future grid reliability. Only enrolled TECH Clean California Participating Contractor company staff may take this course. Course registration will be

2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Single-family Standards: Analyzing the CF1R

Online

Please join the Energy Code Ace team for this highly interactive vorkshop (virtual workshop), where you'll have a chance to work in teams and with a whole group to do a "reality check" on the single-family Certificate of Compliance (CF1R) in the context of Title 24, Part 6. Prerequisites This is an intermediate to advanced course. We strongly recommend you have the following before attending this session: Basic familiarity with Title 24, Part 6: Residential Building Energy Standards Basic familiarity with the role

2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Nonresidential Standards: Introduction to the Performance Approach

Online

COURSE DESCRIPTION In this introductory course, explore the fundamentals of how “compliance tradeoffs” work and how this approach gives you flexibility in meeting the Nonresidential Energy Code. Learn how to get around Prescriptive requirements you want to avoid by using a combination of building features to balance your energy budget. Choose between a variety of options that are "better than and worse than Prescriptive" for envelope, mechanical, lighting and PV and battery systems to bring an example project into compliance

High-Performance HVAC Design and Redesign for Electrification – Sacramento

Ferguson Sacramento 5005 Raley Blvd Ste A, Sacramento, CA, United States

In this three-day educational experience, TECH Clean CA-approved contractors will learn to accurately complete four stages of system design using NCI principles and Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) Manuals J, S, D, and T using Elite RHVAC Software package for new and existing homes. This FREE training is open to contractors and technicians in the state of California who are enrolled in TECH Clean California.  Not enrolled yet? Click here (opens in new window) to learn more about the program and enroll.

High Performance Buildings & Careers – Class 1: High Performance Fundamentals Series

Online

This is class 1 of 6 in 3C-REN’s High Performance Fundamentals Certificate series. Earn a 3C-REN certificate of completion after finishing the series and passing short quizzes at the end of each class. Code compliance is a minimum standard for building performance; by contrast, “high performance” refers to buildings that are designed, built, and commissioned to exceed the performance of conventional buildings in energy efficiency, durability, comfort, safety, and indoor air quality. The magnitude of the opportunity to fill this gap cannot

High Performance Buildings & Careers – Class 1: High Performance Fundamentals Series

Online

This is class 1 of 6 in 3C-REN’s High Performance Fundamentals Certificate series. Earn a 3C-REN certificate of completion after finishing the series and passing short quizzes at the end of each class.   Code compliance is a minimum standard for building performance; by contrast, “high performance” refers to buildings that are designed, built, and commissioned to exceed the performance of conventional buildings in energy efficiency, durability, comfort, safety, and indoor air quality. The magnitude of the opportunity to fill this gap

Heat Pump Workshop for Space and Water Heating

D Street Neighborhood Center 1301 D Street, Arcata

RCEA is holding two expert presentations on heat pump space and water heating. Learn how heat pumps work, what the benefits are, about ducted and ductless systems, what various kinds of systems are, and what’s involved in installing and maintaining them. There will be plenty of time for Q&A and a chance to talk with local heat pump contractors. Attendees will learn about general federal, state, and local rebates and incentives that are available.  Schedule for the day:  8:30 Meet

2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Single-family Standards: Envelope

Online

If you design, specify, construct, install or inspect the envelope components of Single-family building projects, this course is for you! In it, you’ll learn what ceiling/attic, wall and floor insulation is required by California’s 2022 Energy Code. You’ll also find out how fenestration products are certified and the effect of shading on fenestration efficiency. Also explore the envelope component requirements for an Accessory Dwelling Unit conversion.