Louisiana's House of Representatives unanimously passed H.B. 803 in April, and the State
Senate followed suit with the Governor's signature coming in June. With the new law requiring the
advancement of Louisiana's Energy Code beyond the current 2009 version, Louisiana will be positioned to possibly receive 200 million dollars in federal funding to assist the advancement of the Energy Code.
Presented By: Robert Parks
Robert (Bobby) Parks is the owner of Healthy Homes of Louisiana, LLC and is recognized as an expert in building science. Bobby is also a licensed Louisiana State Electrical and Mechanical Contractor. Bobby has over 20 years of experience in Designing and certifying HVAC systems, Condensation control,
moisture management, and Energy auditing and spends the majority of his time doing building failure
Bobby regularly develops and presents building science based CEU classes for entities such as The
Department of Energy and Coastal Conservation at Louisiana State University (LSU), Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA), Department of Energy (DOE), Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
and many Home Builders and Manufactured Housing Associations in numerous states.
The class is intended to:
1)Highlight many of the changes and increased requirements that will be introduced with the 2023 IECC.
2)The class will utilize multiple software and use hands on demonstrations to explain and help attendees to better understand the reasoning and effects of the newly increased standards.
3)Ultimately provide the attendees with a deeper understanding of standards, how these standards
change the building's performance, as well as how and when to apply the applicable standards.
Complimentary lunch provided by Healthy Homes of Louisiana, LLC