Beginning with the next iteration of the California Energy Code, residential projects will have to be net zero or have nearly zero energy consumption throughout the course of a year. This class will show examples of a single family and a multi-family net zero projects while discussing design challenges, cost impacts, and energy reduction strategies. We learn how recent shifts in the Code are preparing California for net zero homes and how we can start thinking about our designs for the future.
- Learn about California’s expectations for Net Zero homes
- Learn how code will help improve design, construction, and verification
- Learn to identify areas of highest energy use and how the energy model reacts to changes in design
- Learn when it is best to reduce energy consumption or to add clean energy generation
May 10, 2017
Check-in: 5:30 PM
Presentation: 6:00 – 7:30 PM
VCA Green Multi-Purpose Room, First Floor.
1845 West Orangewood Ave
Orange, CA 92868
Learning Units:1.5 HSW
Cost: Members – $10
$20 Non-members +plus service fee
GLEN FOLLAND, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP (BD+C), CEA, CEM, CEPE, HERS II, CGBP
Senior Project Manager, Energy Modeler
12 years in the architecture, engineering and construction industry.
Mr. Folland operates as an energy consultant for VCA Green. He provides expert green building and energy consulting services for multiple clients from design through construction and occupancy. Mr. Folland is involved in producing green building certification support documentation and analysis. He utilizes his organizational and communication skills to coordinate multi-disciplinary green building efforts with owners, architects, engineers and contractors and conducts on-site visits for field verification of measures being implemented. Mr. Folland provides simple solutions for navigating mandatory code requirements such as CALGreen and provides expert knowledge of voluntary rating systems such as LEED and GreenPoint Rated.