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Building Energy Policy and Equity - Shared screen with speaker view
Marcella Bondie
44:23
Great presentation, Laura. I'd like to circulate the slides and recording to my colleagues.
Mike Turns
44:53
As Laura noted, most of these ideas have to do with Programs, not energy codes, and the scope of energy codes does not include proactively improving energy efficiency in existing homes. I would love to understand how energy code development and compliance support activities can support under-resourced communities. Does anyone have any ideas?
Mike Turns
45:25
...maybe Heidi will answer this. :-)
Alison Lindburg
45:26
Great presentation, Laura!
Charlie Espedido
45:32
Woah, Laura!
Charlie Espedido
45:37
Woo*
Marcella Bondie
48:12
For non-CA folks like me, ESJ = EJ
Laura Goldberg, she/her, NRDC
48:16
Thank you all! Marcella, I believe slides will be distributed. But feel free to email me and I can send to you directly too - lgoldberg@nrdc.org. Mike, a great question. Yes, Heidi's presentation should help with this. But I also have some thoughts if you'd like to raise in Q&A. Look forward to more discussion on all of this.
Emily Wolfe
48:17
I love this slide! We see this far too often in the KC metro area.
Emily Wolfe
48:42
And across KS and MO - MANY rural communities don't even have an energy code adopted.
Alison Lindburg
58:16
The cost-effectiveness piece of codes is crucial. Those conversations are happening at the 2024 IECC Development process as we speak. How can we shift the idea of cost-effectiveness away from just the first cost of the building trades and onto the occupant impacts?
Edith Makra
01:01:45
I missed what the acronyms ESJ stands for. Didn’t Laura say we should avoid confusing acronyms ;-)
Chase Macpherson
01:02:01
Environmental and social justice!
Edith Makra
01:03:03
Thanks. I’ve seen EJ used more commonly.
Alison Lindburg
01:04:15
Great questions, Heidi - I'm interested in learning more about those specific code-related ESJ items too. The next session is on off-site/manufactured housing, so be sure to attend if you can!
Brittanie Giroux
01:15:12
I'm interested in how you all set up the help desk support for benchmarking in Chicago
Heidi Werner
01:24:05
I have also followed organizations on social media just to nudge a little closer to their world and gain exposure.
Emily Wolfe
01:24:42
Good reminder about going to others meetings, events, etc. Althea Moses with EPA Region 7 says, "Don't expect people to show up to your party, if you don't show up for theirs."
Brittanie Giroux
01:29:30
Yes, I think so! I would love to continue the conversation on this as our organization is doing something similar for KC
Mike Turns
01:30:05
financing tools?
Alison Lindburg
01:31:50
FYI - My understanding is that the 2024 IECC development process is currently defining the methodology of cost-effectiveness right now, so they could probably use some of this information! :) Thanks!
Mike Turns
01:33:46
financing tools like energy efficient mortgages
Alison Lindburg
01:38:52
Great session! Thank you!!
Heidi Werner
01:38:59
Representation at the IECC is so important. IECC is the model code for statewide code (where adopted), so we need representation there!