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Webinar: NCBPA’s 2019 Legislative Session Policy Agenda
December 5, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
While policy, advocacy, lobbying and regulatory discussions may be pretty far away from your day-to-day work, and you may be tired of hearing about it with the recent mid-term elections now complete, your industry trade association has been hard at work crafting a 2019 policy agenda that provides short-term improvements and long-term gains for our state’s building performance companies and professionals.
No matter your political affiliation, lobbying participation or understanding of utility regulations, it’s important to know where our industry’s policy work is heading and most importantly, how it impacts you and what role you and your company can and need to play.
Join NCBPA’s Executive Director and Lobbyist Ryan Miller on December 5th from Noon – 1:00pm for an overview of NCBPA’s policy plans for 2019, which include:
- Supporting the Governor’s recent Executive Order on clean energy and building energy efficiency.
- Updating 2007’s SB668 legislation that regulates the state’s public buildings performance contracting program.
- Residential and commercial energy code changes and Building Code Council appointments.
- Increasing regulated and non-regulated utility energy efficiency requirements.
- Initiating a modernization of utility energy efficiency cost effectiveness testing.
- Increasing minimum building energy efficiency and performance requirements for affordable housing developments.
- Modifying the state’s commercial and industrial energy efficiency opt-out allowance.
- Licensure of several trades that NCBPA represents including insulation, crawlspaces and rating companies.
Additional topics may include workforce development, benchmarking and disclosures, resiliency and disaster preparedness measures, and renewables and storage-ready code requirements.
All registrants and NCBPA members will receive a recording of the webinar upon completion. Participate live to provide feedback, ask questions and make recommendations on these and other policy initiatives.
Contact us at Info@BuildingNC.org or 919-841-6207 with questions and comments.