During October, November, and December 2021, Efficiency Maine is offering free workshops on seven (7) separate code provision topics and best practices related to the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). As of July 1, 2021, the IECC 2015 became the mandatory baseline energy code for all new construction in Maine.
The workshops are open to all building professionals involved in design, equipment specifications, construction, and municipal code enforcement, including but not limited to, code enforcement officials, builders/contractors, architects, engineers, and related building trade professionals (construction supervisors, product suppliers, energy professionals, third-party inspectors, HVAC installers, home inspectors, and real estate professionals).
Each workshop, facilitated by Maine Indoor Air Quality Council, will be presented three (3) times. View workshop descriptions and choose the sessions that are relevant and convenient to you.
For additional Building Energy Code resources and links to previous training material click here.
Efficiency Maine Trust is the independent administrator for programs to improve the efficiency of energy use and reduce greenhouse gases in Maine. The Trust does this primarily by delivering financial incentives on the purchase of high-efficiency equipment or changes to operations that help customers save electricity, natural gas, and other fuels throughout the Maine economy. The Trust is a quasi-state agency governed by a Board of Trustees with oversight from the Maine Public Utilities Commission. Visit www.efficiencymaine.com for more information.