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Energy conservation is critical in California

In a far-reaching initiative to decrease consumption, the California Energy Commission has adopted new Title 24 guidelines that significantly impact lighting in new residential homes and renovations.

As of October 2005, builders are required to install energy efficient technologies in every room of the home. Depending on the room, these include:

• High-efficacy fluorescents, compact fluorescent (CFL) or high-density discharge lamps
• Dimmers
• Occupancy sensors

By using a combination of lighting controls and high-efficacy fixtures, you will effectively meet code requirements, and provide your clients with innovative solutions that save money - now and in the future. And, you will play an important role in significantly reducing lighting energy usage.

More information for Title 24:

http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/

 

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California Energy Commission Special Bulletin

Questions and Answers Residential

Q.  When calculating the lighting power adjustment factors (control credits) in Table 146-A, and minimum skylight to daylit floor area calculations in Section 143(C), Table 143-F, can we substitute Visible Transmittance (VT) on the NFRC’s Label Certificate Performance Ratings for the Energy Commission’s Visible Light Transmittance (VLT)? – Read more


Efforts to get ready for the 2005 Residential Lighting Requirements

Design Guidelines for Home Builders

On another front, the California Lighting Technology Center, at the University of California, Davis, has created the “Residential Lighting Design Guide – Best practices and lighting designs to help builders comply with California’s 2005 Title 24 energy code.” – Read more


Energy Efficiency Standards Training

Links for training on issues relating to California Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings (Title 24, Part 6) is available on the Energy Commission’s website at: http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/training
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Need Help? Call the Energy Hotline @
(800) 772-3300 or (916) 654-5106

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