The Inland Regional Energy Network (IREN) is hosting a comprehensive introduction to the updates made in the 2022 Energy Code for single family buildings including modifications to the energy code’s framework, mandatory measures, and both performance and prescriptive requirements.
The training will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The online course will cover modifications to the energy code’s framework, mandatory measures, and both performance and prescriptive requirements. To register, interested participants may click HERE.
Schedule a Training
Can’t make the course? Schedule an I-REN training of your choice at a time convenient to your staff. To request an in-person or live on-line training specifically for your building department staff, email [email protected] and provide the following information:
- Requested training(s)
- Preferred date(s) and time(s)
- Expected number of attendees from your jurisdiction (if space allows, we will open trainings to staff from other jurisdictions as well in order to maximize training opportunities)
I-REN Codes & Standards Instructors are accessible online from Monday to Friday, between 8 AM and 5 PM, to provide education to local building departments in the Inland Empire region regarding the requirements of the 2022 Energy Code (Title 24, Part 6). They offer guidance on plan check reviews, field inspections processes, and effective strategies to enhance code compliance and enforcement. These services are provided at no cost.
Provide Feedback to Improve Building Resources
For us to provide the most relevant and needed resources to those who work in the Inland Empire building sector, we are conducting a survey that will inform future offerings from I-REN. The survey will take about 4 minutes, and you will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of energy code resources.
If you are a Contractor, designer, architect, energy consultant, or in a similar role, click HERE to take the survey.