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What are the “Building Energy Efficiency Program” (Title 24) Standards?

[fa icon="calendar'] September 11, 2017 / by C Enterprises posted in Title 24

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Part six of the California Energy Code is known as the Title 24 Standards. It’s also called The Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings. The California Building Standards Commission created them in 1977 to reduce the amount of energy California consumes. There have been numerous updates to the code, each time to refine requirements. Standards focus on both new and existing buildings, and aim to reduce energy consumption indoors and outdoors.

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