The Energy Division offers free consultations to City and County residents and their builders who are preparing their permit apps to ensure that their permit applications will meet or exceed current energy efficiency standards. Call for an appointment or for more info 707.565.6470.
Attached are Slides describing the free services offered by the Energy Division for County and Santa Rosa homeowners, as well as information on current energy efficiency. From what I understand, full-service architects, contractors, and design-build builders should be engaging the Energy Analysts and HERS raters and other professionals described in the Slides; that is, homeowners do not necessarily need to identify and engage these professionals themselves. But it is good to know who should be on your rebuilding team and what their qualifications should be.
Also, there are free high-performance residential new construction training seminars scheduled to be held in Santa Rosa over the next few months. Share the info and flyers linked below with homeowners to share with their builders, architects, designers, contractors, etc.
- Intermediate/advanced training for High Performance Residential Building Enclosure Design & Construction with John Straube of RDH Building Science in Santa Rosa on May 22, 2018 at the County of Sonoma PRMD Hearing Room – John Straube Flyer
- Free Integrated Design and Construction Series: Rebuilding For Comfort, Durability And Energy Efficiency. At the North Coast Builders Exchange on May 11th, May 18th and June 1st. North Bay Integrated Design-Construction-Class Flyer
- Free MI-BEST (Mobile Integrated Building Energy Science Training) – Training for High Performance Residential Design and Construction – at the North Coast Builders Exchange July 16, 2018 through July 20, 2018 – North Bay MI_BEST-Class Flyer
Energy and Sustainability Division
2300 County Center Drive, Suite A105, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
707.565.6470 | Energy and Sustainability Web Site
The Energy and Sustainability Division promotes and delivers solutions necessary to mitigate environmental impacts and prepare for climate change
The Energy Code Ace Web site is developed and provided by the California Statewide Codes & Standards Program, which offers free energy code training, tools and resources for those who need to understand and meet the requirements of Title 24, Part 6 and Title 20. Continue reading here »
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