Nelson was instrumental in incorporating additional hydronics code language and the new sections of geothermal into the Uniform Solar Energy Code, making it the Uniform Solar, Hydronics and Geothermal Code it is today.
Users are able to make annotations and recordings, view the current code development timeline and stay informed by receiving automatic notifications for breaking news, upcoming committee meetings, proposal submission deadlines, and more.
The report identifies nearly 60 specific research needs that address system design, operation and maintenance, and provides a useful reference for the development of a detailed roadmap for addressing those needs through applied research and codes and standards activities.
DigDeep is distributing 248,000 gallons of bottled Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water to approximately 16 different sites across Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, provided as emergency relief to the Navajo Nation by Nestlé Waters North America.
The “After COVID-19” series is designed to provide jurisdictions, health departments, building owners and managers, and contractors with detailed information and guidance on reopening the various building types.
An essential support and reference document for beginners and experts alike, the 2018 UPC and UMC Illustrated Training Manuals provide the entire code accompanied by hundreds of full-color photos and graphics and narrative discussion expanding on specific sections of each code.