INDIANA ENERGY CODE TRAINING
Newport has provided over 25 trainings across Indiana state. To schedule a training session for your group or organization, please contact Marguerite Carroll at 518-377-9410 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The opportunity for our core members to have this overview of the energy code is amazing. Even though the energy code has been adopted for over a year now, I am amazed at the number of participants that were not aware of the establishment or requirements of the code. With the training offered by Newport Ventures, we were able to have our employees updated on the characteristics and requirements of the new energy code. Thank you for your efforts in continually keeping our key team members on the leading edge of information and best practices relating to the electrical industry.”
Business Development Manager
Green Energy Group
“Newport Ventures did an excellent job at customizing their course to meet our needs, and they were outstanding at scheduling these seminars within the time frames that we needed. Our clients are very pleased.”
Mitch Van Cleave
Trade Ally Services Manager
“The 1 hour presentation was very informative, we had close to 40 in attendance and I received many good comments from those attending.”
Waller S. Clements P.E.
FAQ & RESOURCES
What types of topics are covered in the Indiana Energy Code Training*?
*Note: Indiana is currently in the process of adopting new amendments to the Residential Code to comply with the requirements of the ARRA. Once that process is finalized and the changes adopted, we will begin scheduling trainings for residential energy conservation.
Training includes how the Indiana Energy Code impacts the following:
- Code Basics
- Building Envelope
- Service Water Heating
- Where do I go to view or obtain a copy of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2007*?
Visit http://www.ashrae.org/ to download a copy of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2007.
*Note: Full title: ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007 (SI Edition) -- Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings (ANSI Approved; IESNA Co-sponsored)
- Where do I go to view or obtain Indiana Amendments to ASHRAE 90.1-2007?
Visit http://www.in.gov/dhs/2375.htm to obtain Indiana Amendments.
- I’m starting to hear more about COMCheck. Where can I learn more about COMCheck and download the software?
To learn more about COMCheck and download the software, please visit http://www.energycodes.gov/comcheck/download.stm.
- Who do I contact to find out more about scheduling a training session for my group or organization?
For additional information on upcoming energy code training sessions in your area, or to inquire about scheduling a training session for your organization contact: Marguerite Carroll,
Project Manager, at email@example.com
- What is the status of the Indiana adoption of a new residential energy code?
Indiana has not formally adopted a new residential code although we expect that to happen in the next few months. As a preview of what might be required for a residential energy code, a copy of Chapter 11 of the 2009 International Residential Code can be viewed here:
And, a free PDF version of the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code can be downloaded here:
A New Standard for Commercial Building Efficiency
Indiana Builder News, Jan-Feb 2011, pg.15
It seems every trade publication you pick up has an item about sustainability, ANSI/National Green Building Standards, LEED, Energy Star, or some governmental agency that has established “green” construction standards. At the heart of many of those articles is the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Standard 90.1. Indiana adopted 90.1-2007 - which establishes minimum energy efficiency requirements for all buildings except low-rise residential - effective May 6, 2010. In this article we will review a little background on the 90.1 Standard and how buildings can comply.
>> Article continued on page 15 of the Indiana Builder News.
For additional information on upcoming energy code training sessions in your area, or to inquire about scheduling a training session for your organization, please contact:
Indiana Energy Code
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