WHPA Webinar “Where We’re Headed with the 2019 CA T24, Part 6 Res & Nonres Standards"

03/05/2019 11:00 AM - 02:00 PM PT

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Online - Public

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Online Webinar - Remote Access Only
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Want to know what’s new for the 2019 Energy Standards? Want access to informational and training resources that provide more in-depth Title 24, Part 6 information? Want free course training from subject matter expert Brian Selby (Principal at Selby Energy, Inc.)? If so, this 180 minute Western HVAC Performance Alliance, Inc. (WHPA) educational webinar is for you.

This opportunity is in support of WHPA’s Codes & Standards Goal to “Work collaboratively with industry stakeholders and regulators to inform and influence adoption of proposed codes and standards changes relating to the HVACR industry.”

There is no cost for this public webinar, but advanced registration is required. A reminder notice with meeting access information will be sent prior to the meeting to all registrants.

We look forward to receiving your registration prior to the online event and to your joining us for this educational webinar on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 from 11:00am – 2:00pm PST.

Questions? Contact WHPA Staff by email: registrations@whpa-inc.org or by phone: 951-244-6400.

PRESENTER: Brian Selby, Principal at Selby Energy, Inc.

Brian Selby is a Principal at Selby Energy, Inc., where his primary role is developing and delivering energy code training for the Energy Codes Ace Title 24 Essentials courses. He has over 30 years’ experience as an energy consultant. He is a Title 24, Part 6 subject matter expert and interacts with the California Energy Commission (CEC), Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs), association professionals and other industry stakeholders to foster education, promotion, and compliance with the California Building Energy Standards.

Brian works closely with the Statewide Codes & Standards team, CABEC and other stakeholders to streamline the compliance process, develop and implement the CEA Exam program and serve on the CABEC board of directors. Brian is also a Certified Energy Analyst (CEA) and HERS Rater. Born and raised in Sonora, his background includes owning and operating a successful building design, energy consulting and HERS rating business. Brian is very passionate and committed to helping this industry learn and adapt to the ever changing requirements of the energy code.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:2019 Title 24, Part 6: Where We’re Headed with the Residential & Nonresidential Standards”

The 2019 Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Standards for Residential Buildings, take effect on January 1, 2020, include numerous changes. The biggest changes center upon new prescriptive requirements for installation of solar photovoltaic systems in newly constructed residential buildings and specification of use of an Energy Design Rating in the performance approach to compliance to support solar photovoltaic requirements. There are also changes to requirements for ventilation, wall u-factor, fenestration, water heating, and residential HVAC among others.

The 2019 Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Standards for Nonresidential Buildings include numerous changes, including extending the scope of Part 6 to healthcare facilities, revising ventilation and lighting requirements, among them updating prescriptive indoor and outdoor lighting power allowance values to assume the use of LED lighting, plus revisions to HVAC and acceptance test requirements.

Brian Selby will summarize the new and revised requirements in the 2019 standards for residential and low-rise multifamily buildings and for nonresidential and high-rise residential buildings, plus direct participants to informational and training resources that provide more in-depth Title 24, Part 6 information.

Architects, engineers, lighting designers, energy consultants, contractors, and building department staff should find this training of interest and directly applicable to their work. Participants will benefit if they have some background on California’s Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Standards.

To learn more about how the Western HVAC Performance Alliance Inc. (WHPA) helps to transform the HVACR marketplace for consumer benefit by educating and facilitating communication and action among a wide set of market actors to inform present and future HVACR energy efficiency initiatives, regulatory and legislative policies through workforce education & training, emerging technologies, and industry-vetted HVACR strategies and programs. visit WHPA’s website at: http://whpa-inc.org.

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