Review of the Commercial Provisions of the 2021 OEESC for Architects
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Energy Trust and NEEA invite you to a live webinar training on architectural aspects of the 2021 Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code (OEESC). The first hour will feature an overview of general compliance and submission requirements, including Oregon’s Simplified Building Path and Envelope Trade-Off option. The last 30 minutes will be dedicated to Q&A, where you can ask experts your energy code questions.
The training will cover several COMcheck basics to demonstrate envelope and lighting compliance, as well as plan requirements and specific code provisions impacting envelope and lighting design. The training will also detail beyond-code program requirements that tie into Energy Trust’s New Buildings program incentives to reduce energy use.
About the presenters:
Blake Shelide, PE serves as a Facilities Engineer with the Oregon Department of Energy, providing technical expertise for a number of ODOE programs. Blake is a licensed mechanical engineer in Oregon, and his career has included work as a design engineer and consultant as well as serving as a corporate energy manager for a large industrial manufacturer which involved engineering and implementing energy efficiency projects, tracking energy consumption, and performing energy audits. With ODOE, Blake is the lead for ODOE’s role with energy codes and standards and serves on the Construction Industry Energy Board, working together with stakeholders and the Building Codes Division on energy code issues. Blake has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame.
Nick O’Neil, PE serves as the Director of Research & Evaluation at Energy 350. He is a Mechanical Engineer with 17 years of experience in the Energy Efficiency field. As a Project Manager and Sr. Engineer, Nick works with commercial and industrial customers, program administrators and program evaluators. He has managed dozens of energy efficiency research and evaluation projects. Prior to Energy 350, Nick was a Senior Planning Engineer with Energy Trust of Oregon and Manager of the Regional Technical Forum. Nick is a registered Professional Engineer, LEED Accredited Professional, and has his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from University at Buffalo.
Date: Tuesday, September 27
Presentation time: Noon to 1:30 pm
CEUs available: 1.5 HSW/AIA CEUs pending approval
Webinar log-in information provided at event registration.
Continuing education credits are available for self-reporting.