2019 Energy Code Workshop Series

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New Hampshire has officially adopted the 2015 I-Codes. New codes take effect on September 15, 2019!

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Please join us this fall for the 2019 Energy Code Workshop series sponsored by NHSaves that will explore the key changes to energy code in New Hampshire including practical examples and alternative compliance paths. The Workshop will also highlight the New Hampshire-specific amendments and what you need to know to comply with, and cost effectively exceed, the 2015 code.


Registration begins at 8 am and complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served at all residential sessions.

LAST CHANCE! October 10, 2019

Church Landing at Mill Falls/Laker Room | 312 Daniel Webster HWY | Meredith, NH 03253


Our primary speaker is Bruce Bennett, a Principal at GDS Associates with nearly 20 years' experience in the residential building construction industry. Bruce's presentation will cover foundational principles of building science and their application within the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), followed by an in-depth discussion of the NH Saves ENERGY STAR® Homes Program. The deep dive into the program will include an examination of the energy impacts and non-energy benefits of building to ENERGY STAR® standards, as well as the overview of the rating process and 2019 incentive levels.


Registration begins at 8 am and complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served at all commercial sessions.

October 8, 2019 : 8:30am - 2:30 pm

FW Webb Company Distribution Center | 10 Webb Drive | Londonderry, NH 03053

October 15, 2019

Woodstock Inn Brewery |135 Main Street | North Woodstock, NH 03262


Our primary speaker is Matthew Siska, a Principal at GDS Associates and registered Architectural Engineer with nearly 17 years of experience in the commercial construction industry. Matt’s career began as a building and fire code consultant before moving into the energy industry. Matt brings a real world, practical perspective to the discussion of energy conservation and building science practices.

The afternoon session will focus on a current case study where energy modeling was employed to assess the life cycle cost effectiveness of various above code energy conservation measures. The case study will also be used to highlight the energy impact of the new energy code on the project design and operating costs.

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