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Complying With the Energy Code - 2018 IECC with Hawai'i Amendments
A new energy code takes effect for Hawai’i State building projects on December 14 and for other projects no later than December 2022 depending on adoption by the Counties. This free webinar will provide guidance on the compliance process and focus on “how to” energy code compliance questions such as: How do I figure out if the energy code applies to my project? How do I determine the compliance options and requirements? What information is required on the plans? Guidance will be provided for a range of project types, including both new construction and alteration projects and will include common State project types.

This webinar is presented by the Hawai’i State Energy Office, and architects, engineers, project managers, county planning & permitting staff, developers and contractors are encouraged to attend. Previous webinars have provided an overview of requirements for both low-rise residential and commercial building requirements.

Qualifies for 1.5 AIA/CES LU (HSW)

Dec 9, 2021 12:00 PM in Hawaii

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Speakers

Erik Kolderup
Principal @Kolderup Consulting
Erik is a consulting engineer and educator who has provided energy consulting services since 1990, serving as Vice President of Eley Associates and Associate Principal at Architectural Energy Corporation, before starting Kolderup Consulting in 2007. He helped develop Hawaii’s first energy codes in the 1990’s and has developed guidelines for energy efficiency building design in Hawaii. Erik is an Adjunct Lecturer at Stanford University where he teaches a course on energy efficient building systems.
Howard Wiig
Energy Analyst @Hawaii State Energy Office
Howard’s prime responsibility is promulgating International Energy Conservation Codes (IECC) and securing timely adoption by the State Building Code Council and Hawaii’s counties. Howard also actively advocates maximizing the efficiency levels at the national IECC hearings and persuades by putting the code into context. The IECC is updated every three years to improve efficiency and reduce energy use in homes and buildings.