Winter Park to hold free energy conservation code classes |

Winter Park to hold free energy conservation code classes

Want to learn how to make your home or business more energy efficient? So does Winter Park.

The town of Winter Park is holding two free training classes on June 7 to review the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code, or IECC, and showcase meaningful ways it can be applied.

The code serves as a set of standards for energy efficient buildings, and has been adopted by most states and municipalities. The classes will be given by Shaunna Mozingo, an energy code consultant and plans analyst for Colorado Code Consulting, who will share how to put the IECC into practice with both residential and commercial projects.

Classes are open to everyone, but will be focused towards builders, contractors, architects and others in the construction field. The classes will be held at Winter Park Town Hall from 8:30 a.m. to noon, and from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. ICC and AIA credits are available by taking one of these classes. Lunch will be provided.

Interested parties should RSVP by June 5 to, or call 970-726-8081 ext. 5.

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