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eWeekly Alert & News Archives: March 26th, 2015

WATER WATER WATER!!!

Published on March 26, 2015

Yesterday Governor Brown and Legislative Leaders announced a $1 Billion “Emergency Drought Package.” According to the Governor’s office, “The legislation includes more than $1 billion for local drought relief and infrastructure projects to make  | Read More » |

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE – INDUSTRYWIDE MEETING

Published on March 26, 2015

Our industry-wide Legislative Committee Meeting is just TWO WEEKS away on April 2, in Century City. Thank you to those who have already registered and or provided input on legislation. Those of you who have yet to register, it’s not too late, simply CLICK  | Read More » |

ENERGY CODE UPDATE – CEC APRIL 10 HEARING

Published on March 26, 2015

Although the new CA Energy Code – commonly referred to as Title 24 Standards – just came online earlier this year, the state is already about to adopt an updated standard. On April 10 the Energy Commission is hosting a public hearing regarding the  | Read More » |

EXISTING BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Published on March 26, 2015

CBPA has lead an industrywide effort to review and analyze the “45-Day Language” – official proposed changes by the California Energy Commission — to Title 24, Part 6 (CA Energy Code) released last month. ICSC, the NAIOP California Council,  | Read More » |

GRANT FUNDING OPPORTUNTY FOR EXISTING BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Published on March 26, 2015

Numerous policies have identified the need for significant energy efficiency improvements to new and existing buildings to achieve the state’s energy goals. As the housing and broader construction markets continue to improve, significant energy  | Read More » |

CA SUPREME COURT ISSUES KEY CEQA DECISION​

Published on March 26, 2015

The California Supreme Court ruled this week that evidence that a project may have a significant effect on the environment does not, in and of itself, preclude the use of a categorical exemption under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The  | Read More » |