Energy Code Compliance Courses Offered to Increase New Construction Energy Efficiency

The Department of Energy Development and Independence, in conjunction with the Kentucky Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction and the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, is hosting a series of training sessions on the 2013 Kentucky Residential Code called “Energy Conservation Construction Principles.”

These classes will help attendees better understand the principles behind energy code requirements and how to quickly and efficiently apply these code-compliant techniques to their current construction practices.  Energy codes compliance is helps homeowners save money on their utility bills and makes for a more comfortable home.

Instruction will be provided by specialists from the Southface Energy Institute. Code officials, home builders, subcontractors, construction professionals, and other interested individuals are encouraged to attend. All classes cost $25.

Full training schedule:  http://www.mwalliance.org/policy/kycodetraining

Background on the Energy Code Improvement Study:  http://energy.ky.gov/efficiency/Pages/energycodesurvey.aspx

 

 

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