Menlo Park, CA, September 28, 2022. ID360, a leading sustainability consulting company, announced today the launch of its expanded Enterprise Learning Program for code compliance professionals, architects, engineers, contractors, building owners, and policymakers.

This announcement follows sweeping federal and regional legislative action related to climate change and decarbonization. The Inflation Reduction Act is being hailed as the most significant climate legislation in U.S. history with $369 billion in climate-related spending. The climate provisions are projected to reduce America’s carbon emissions by nearly 40% by 2030. The California Climate Commitment invests $54 billion to fight climate change. In an ongoing effort to slash ozone pollution, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) voted Thursday to ban the sale of new gas furnaces and water heaters beginning in 2030.

The educational criteria in the Enterprise Learning Program directly support this climate change legislation and is ready to support the industry in masses. The platform includes all the benefits of the quality, on-demand decarbonization education offered through ID360’s ID360 Academy now packaged for organizations to train employees at scale. Popular course topics include Decarbonization, Resilient Building Design and Strategies, Electrification, Green Building Codes including CALGreen, Construction and Demolition Waste Compliance, and LEED certification.

“In response to rapidly changing legislation and requests from our clients, we developed the Enterprise Learning Program for those organizations looking to provide continuous learning and development organization-wide,” said Melanie Jacobson, Principal, and Founder of ID360. “Organizations can choose a selection of courses most relevant to their line of work. We do all the heavy lifting from the management of continuing education units (CEUs) to staying current on all legislative and code changes.”

Access to the Enterprise Learning Program is best for teams and businesses looking to train fifteen or more employees. Enterprise learning packages are customizable and learners will have access for one year. All coursework available through the Enterprise Learning Program is eligible for CEUs from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), International Code Council (ICC), and Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI). ID360 will track, manage and provide CEU certificates for all enterprise learners. The coursework is also available entirely online and on-demand allowing for maximum flexibility.

“This is a critical time for our industry. New legislation and codes are going into effect and our coursework will help industry professionals stay a step ahead,” said Jacobson. “The days are gone of one lone staff member retaining all the ‘green’ knowledge. Decarbonization and green codes are now a part of everyday construction and design.”

Pricing for the Enterprise Learning Program is based on the number of participating learners. For more information contact To view a complete list of courses available through ID360 Academy, visit

To register your organization for the Enterprise Learning Program, visit the Registration Page to get started.

21st of September, 2022, ID360, a leading sustainability, and decarbonization consulting company, has been selected by the City of South Lake Tahoe to support the policy development and adoption of a local energy reach code ordinance for new residential and commercial constructions.  

The City of South Lake Tahoe is in a continued state of economic growth and development opportunity with a focus on innovation, technology, and sustainable development. The City has set local targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions based on the trajectory necessary to meet and exceed the statewide goals. ID360’s work will support the city’s commitment to adopting policies to meet these targets.

The City of South Lake Tahoe has adopted a local Climate Action Plan (CAP) with goals to establish Renewable Energy and Carbon Emissions Reduction and improve the livability of the City. The CAP also aims to provide numerous co-benefits such as new green jobs and improved air quality.

“The new Energy Reach Code goals align with South Lake Tahoe Climate Action Plan and commitment to sustainability and carbon reduction. Our team is looking forward to working with the City in adopting this new policy in support of their Climate Action plan,” said Melanie Jacobson, Principal, and Founder, ID360.

ID360 has a long history of supporting California communities with energy reach code adoption and implementation. In addition to their role with city government and city building officials, ID360 supports continuing education for professionals in the industry through their on-demand training via ID360 Academy.

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