DOE to Host 2018 National Energy Codes Conference July 15-17 in Austin, Texas

Registration is open for the 2018 National Energy Codes Conference, hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy. Join us July 15-17th for an engaging lineup of workshops, code updates, and educational opportunities. Visit the Energy Codes 2018 website for registration, lodging and the latest information on the current lineup. More information on sessions and related events will be released in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!

Energy Codes Bootcamp
The 2018 event will again feature the popular Energy Codes Bootcamp, a pre-conference workshop on Sunday, July 15th. This half-day crash course is a primer on all things energy codes, including a sampling of fundamentals, recent code updates, and compliance software training.

Bootcamp Topics (Sunday, July 15th):
• Energy Codes 101
• What's New in Codes? 
• REScheck & COMcheck Basics

This workshop is offered at no additional charge to conference attendees. However, space is limited and registration is required.

ICC Energy Code Workshop
The International Code Council (ICC) has announced that it will hold a workshop in conjunction with the 2018 National Energy Codes Conference on July 18th. Energy Codes 2018 attendees are provided the opportunity to stay an extra day and attend the ICC workshop free of charge. This workshop will focus on a simplified framework for residential plan review and field inspection.
Space is limited and workshop registration is required--more information is available via the Energy Codes 2018 website.

Event Lodging
Energy Codes 2018 will be held at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center at the University of Texas in Austin. Lodging reservations are currently open (subject to availability). Be sure to register for the event and make your lodging reservations today!

Who Should Attend?
Energy code stakeholders of all types! Building officials, builders, state energy offices, trade associations, energy efficiency organizations, architects, engineers, policymakers, manufacturers, utilities, code administrators, educators, researchers and more...
Join us in Austin for this year's event!