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Rebuilding for Efficiency, Comfort and Resilience Workshop

FebFebruary 27 2018

6:00pm - 8:00pm Luther Burbank Center

50 Mark West Springs Road , Santa Rosa, CA 95403
  • Add to calendar 2018-02-27 18:00:00 2018-02-27 20:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Rebuilding for Efficiency, Comfort and Resilience Workshop
    The County of Sonoma’s Energy and Sustainability Division is holding a free workshop from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on February 27 on rebuilding your home with efficiency, comfort and resilience.
    The workshop will be in the Fireside Room at the Luther Burbank Center in Santa Rosa.
    New construction is the best time to build in the features that deliver high performance and durability. By design, the obvious benefit of a new home built in compliance with current codes is the energy cost savings for the homeowner. Greater insulation, better building tightness, more durable construction, and highly efficient heating and cooling systems are not only required but easier and cheaper to include when you’re building the structure.

    Workshop topics will include:

    What is the Energy Code and how will it affect your project.

    • Considerations for your design team.
    • Solar PV Technology and battery storage.
    • Rebates and incentives that may be available to you.
    • No-cost consulting and project planning. Consulting and project planning services are available at the Energy and Sustainability Division office located at the County Center by appointment.

    To RSVP call (707) 565- 6470 or e-mail GSenergy@sonoma-county.org

    For details, use this link.

    50 Mark West Springs Road , Santa Rosa, CA 95403
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The County of Sonoma’s Energy and Sustainability Division is holding a free workshop from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on February 27 on rebuilding your home with efficiency, comfort and resilience.
The workshop will be in the Fireside Room at the Luther Burbank Center in Santa Rosa.
New construction is the best time to build in the features that deliver high performance and durability. By design, the obvious benefit of a new home built in compliance with current codes is the energy cost savings for the homeowner. Greater insulation, better building tightness, more durable construction, and highly efficient heating and cooling systems are not only required but easier and cheaper to include when you’re building the structure.

Workshop topics will include:

What is the Energy Code and how will it affect your project.

  • Considerations for your design team.
  • Solar PV Technology and battery storage.
  • Rebates and incentives that may be available to you.
  • No-cost consulting and project planning. Consulting and project planning services are available at the Energy and Sustainability Division office located at the County Center by appointment.

To RSVP call (707) 565- 6470 or e-mail GSenergy@sonoma-county.org

For details, use this link.

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