The Nebraska Energy Office and its partners are hosting the 2012 Great Plains Energy Codes Conference, October 16-18, at the Marriott in Regency Plaza, Omaha, Nebraska. The conference will present practical how-to content, best practices and thought-provoking ideas — all with a focus on how states and local code jurisdictions can achieve compliance with the 2009 and 2012 International Energy Conservation Codes.
The Conference will feature tracks on compliance and advocacy, commercial and residential building design, and value and practical applications. Compliance and advocacy presentations will focus on building code legislation and enforcement. The commercial building design sessions provide information on commercial building design, R-values and efficiency requirements. The residential building design presentations cover green building, envelope tightness and review of typical house designs. Value and practical application topics include real estate advantages of selling energy efficient homes and review of the codes for HVAC contractors.
For more information, check the Conference website.