The Illinois Energy Code Training and Technical Support Program is delivered by the Smart Energy Design Assistance Center (SEDAC), on behalf of the Illinois EPA Office of Energy. This program aims to increase design professionals' compliance with the Illinois Energy Code and to support code officials' enforcement of the code.

Our program includes workshops, webinars, online training, resources, and technical support for community code officials, construction professionals and trades, and design professionals such as architects and engineers.

Funding provided in whole or in part by the Illinois EPA Office of Energy.

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Training & support services

Workshops

Webinars

Online courses

Technical support

Energy Code Resources

Illinois Energy Conservation Code
Chicago Energy Transformation Code
Illinois Stretch Code
Frequently asked questions
Checklists
Energy code smart tips

What people are saying about our training & technical support

"Thank you. This is a gold mine of energy code info."

Robert, Mechanical Engineer

"The presentation was excellent--thorough and directly useful."

Jack, Architect

"This was probably one of the most successful seminars we've had. I got a lot of good feedback from it."

Harold, Plumbing Inspector

"Thank you! The SEDAC programs are really informative, and a good balance of practical information and code references. Keep up the good work!"

Eric, Engineer

"Thanks for doing this. This is the only resource I have access to learn about energy codes." 

Anonymous

"Thank you for sending me the certificate and reporting these credits to AIA and ICC. I am signed up for six training sessions total with SEDAC over the next few months."

Daniel, Code Official

"Thank you! That's the most clear explanation I've gotten on this topic. It's greatly appreciated!"

Brett, Energy Modeler

"Thank you so much for your clear response. I have been wondering about this for quite some time. I'm going to print this out and insert it in my energy code book." 

David, Code Official

"I think the team has done a good job of taking a boring subject for most architects and making it interesting and easy to understand. The visuals have always been interesting."

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