Australia’s National Construction Code for Class 2 to 9 Buildings came into effect on 1 October 2023 and includes updated rules and regulations concerning Energy monitoring and on-site distributed energy resources.
- Facilities for Energy Monitoring
- Facilities for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment
- Facilities for Solar PV & Battery Systems
This course explains what architects and builders need to be aware of when constructing buildings of this code is the ease-of-retrofitting this infrastructure later to meet growing demand. Being aware of these issues prior to building makes it easier for trained electricians to work on said-building which will save your client money in the future.
At the completion of this session attendees will understand the:
- Considerations to advise electricians to help them make initial installation and retrofitting go as smoothly as possible.
AACA Competency: 4.4 Inclusion of expertise of relevant specialists and consultants in developing the project design
- Detailed outlines and details relevant to advise electricians to help them make initial installation and retrofitting go as smoothly as possible.
AACA Competency: 4.5 Investigation and integration of appropriate structural, construction, service and transport systems in the project design.
- Application of appropriate electrical equipment to ensure proper load-management and effective use of electrical equipment, solar and/or storage devices & EV chargers.
AACA Competency: 5.6 Integration of relevant technical services, environmental and transportation systems.
Jack Beare is a Managing Director of SEM Group Australia with 12-years’ experience in delivering a vast range of electrical projects to commercial clientele and homeowners alike. In the time Jack has spent working as a licenced electrician in the Northern Territory, New South Wales, South Australia & Queensland he has experienced the changes of the industry first-hand and knows what goes into an electrical project at every level.