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Great Plains Energy Codes Conference


The 2012 Great Plains Energy Codes Conference will focus on a variety of topics from advocacy, compliance, residential and commercial building design, and other related issues pertinent to implementation of the 2009 and 2012 Energy Codes by the IECC including:

  • “Innovative enforcement methods” to address compliance for inspectors, government officials and others.
  • “How to” of the code for builders, engineers, architects, HVAC professionals and others.
  • Advocacy“why energy codes matter” for real estate agents, brokers, policymakers and others.

This is the only industry conference and expo held in the Great Plains region designed exclusively for professionals impacted by the implementation of the recent and forthcoming energy efficiency codes. Network with more than 150 related professionals from Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Wyoming, South Dakota, Colorado and Minnesota (policy makers, regulators, manufacturer and suppliers, and decision-makers), looking for energy efficiency education and certification training credits, networking and exposure to innovations and solutions for professional and consumer products and services supporting the code regulations.

Conference Registration Hotel Information


For more than ten years, the Nebraska Energy Office has provided information, training and enforcement expertise on building energy codes to local officials, builders, designers and consumers.

The Energy Office also advises state leaders on energy policy issues and manages several programs including: disbursement of federal Department of Energy grants and funds; and partnering with lending institutions to provide low-interest loans for energy upgrades and improvements to homes, buildings and transportation infrastructure.

The Nebraska Energy Office was created in 1977 to promote the efficient, economic and environmentally responsible use of energy in Nebraska. In 2008, the Energy Office became a stand-alone agency within state government with the Director serving as a member of the Governor’s Cabinet.

For sponsorship, exhibitor and logistics, information:
Shawnna Silvius, Conference Coordinator,
Phone: 402-873-4027
Email Shawnna Silvius

For presenting organization information:
Danielle Jensen
Nebraska Energy Office
P.O. Box 95085
Lincoln, NE 68509-5085
Email Danielle Jensen

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This material was prepared by the Nebraska Energy Office with the support of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), State Energy Program Grant No. DE-EE0000134 funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and State Energy Program Grant No. DE-FG26-08NT05551. However, any opinions finding conclusions or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of DOE.

Platinum Sponsors

Omaha Public Power District

Nebraska Energy Office

U.S. Department of Energy
Silver Sponsors

ICCES Evaluation Service

Nebraska Public Power District

Bronze Sponsors

Air Barrier Association of America

Black Hills Energy

Kiewit Building Group

Metropolitan Utilities District

Morrissey Engineering Inc.

Click here: Printable Sponsorship & Exhibitor Brochure – to download

Conference Registration Fees and Deadlines

Online registration accepted through Friday, October 12th. After October 12th, call 402-471-2867.

Conference Registration Fee: $180 per person.

Conference Registration

You may choose payment by credit card, check or invoice.

Hotel Information

Discounted room rates beginning at just $91.00 + Tax per night may be honored if mention "Energy Codes Conference". 402-399-9000

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