Adoption and enforcement of new energy codes can be difficult for everyone involved in the industry: builders, contractors, plan reviewers, and inspectors. SPEER’s goal is to make this transition as easy as possible by making sure everyone understands what the code says, what it means, and what compliance looks like.
If you have a group in Texas or Oklahoma that would benefit from an in-person energy codes presentation, SPEER can come to your location and conduct an energy code presentation at no cost to you.
SPEER’s Speakers’ Bureau is a group of industry subject matter experts who provide presentations on topics in their areas of expertise. Every two weeks, SPEER hosts a Speakers’ Bureau webinar on a relevant energy codes topic. Past webinar topics have included duct sealing, envelope sealing, and quality insulation installation among many others.
We compile the best videos from our extensive partner network to help you understand what’s happening in the field.
Our YouTube channel hosts archives of SPEER’s Speakers’ Bureau & City Efficiency Leadership Council (CELC) webinars; a series of topics and presentations presented by industry subject matter experts on energy code and local government related issues.
“These programs have all been very good. I have enjoyed them and also am learning more. Even after 50 years I can still do some learning, so thanks again.”
– Duane Grace, CBO, Codes Consultant
This webinar will walk attendees through the 2021 I-codes development process followed by an overview of some of the most important proposed changes to the IECC.
A webinar about strategic energy management (SEM) and why it is such a natural fit for water and wastewater systems.
Videos from our partners:
From our partners at the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) and the University of Washington.
From our partners at the North American Insulation Manufacturers’ Association (NAIMA).
Training from our Partners
ICC provides certifications to industry professionals through BPI’s week-long program of quality education and training. Audience includes builders, building officials, contractors, inspectors, and more. Courses are offered in four Texas locations each year.
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