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Decoding NRCC: Let’s Talk 2019 Nonresidential Dynamic Forms

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Decoding NRCC: Let’s Talk 2019 Nonresidential Dynamic Forms
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Gina Rodda of Gabel Energy, along with her guest speaker Sally Blair from NORESCO, want you to join the conversation on the new Certificate of Compliance forms for nonresidential, high-rise multifamily and hotel/motel buildings (NRCC). These new redesigned forms are “dynamic,” with integrated code logic and the ability to expand based on the project’s scope of work. And they are required for applicable projects permitted under the 2019 Energy Code. Discussion topics include: the overarching structure behind the forms and how best to use them; tips and trick to be successful with these new dynamic forms, such as which software to use to open them, how to import the forms in CAD and other troubleshooting solutions; how a new construction or alteration project scope will determine how the form adapts to support the code requirements and dictate which inputs are required to document compliance; and where to go for more guidance via Energy Code Ace, the California Energy Commission, or Energy Soft (if EnergyPro software is used).
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