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Events & Workshops

ZERO NET ENERGY WORKSHOP SCHEDULED AT PUC

May 20, 2011

The Public Utilities Commission will conduct a public workshop on June 15 to discuss California’s policy goals relative to achieving “zero net energy” (ZNE) in all new commercial buildings by 2030. While there is still debate over the definition of “zero net energy,” at a minimum this policy goal will require almost all of a building’s More »

CALGREEN NOW MANDATORY – TRAINING AVAILABLE

April 29, 2011

CALGreen, the nation’s first statewide green building code, is now mandatory for all new construction. Training on this new code is now more important than ever. Green Technology’s CALGreen training, developed in partnership with the California Building Standards Commission and the Department of Housing and Community Development, has proven More »

ENERGY COMMISSION WORKSHOP ON NON-RESIDENTIAL ENERGY REGS

The CEC has an upcoming workshop scheduled on May 5. Please let us know if you have issues of interest at this proceeding. If you want to participate directly follow the link for more information: May 5 Workshop on draft revisions for Nonresidential Building for possible inclusion in the 2013 Building Energy Efficiency Standards. Industry MUST provide More »

ENERGY COMMISSION TIMETABLE FOR MAJOR REGULATORY UPDATE

Given discussions at California Energy Commission (CEC) hearings and workshops over the past five months, the CEC is about to kick-off the biggest update of its standards in the 35-year history of that commission. Even though comparisons show the California Energy Efficiency Standards as being 50% more stringent than similar standards used at the national More »

PROPOSED CODE CHANGES RELEASED FOR REVIEW AND COMMENT

The Building Standards Commission (BSC), Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) and the Office of the State Fire Marshal (SFM) have released “45-Day Language” code-change proposals. Key proposals include: BSC’s update of the Green Building Standards for commercial buildings (including proposed requirements for alterations and More »

ENERGY COMMISSION WORKSHOPS ON NON-RESIDENTIAL ENERGY REGS

April 14, 2011

The CEC has two upcoming Workshops scheduled on April 18 and April 27. Please let us know if you have issues of interest at these proceedings. If you want to participate directly follow the links for more information: April 18 Workshop on Refrigerated Warehouses, Supermarket Refrigeration, Non-Residential Acceptance Tests, and Design Phase Commissioning. April More »

ENERGY COMMISSION RELEASE TIMETABLE FOR MAJOR REGULATORY UPDATE

Given discussions at California Energy Commission (CEC) hearings and workshops over the past five months, the CEC is about to kick-off the biggest update of its standards in the 35-year history of that commission. Even though comparisons show the California Energy Efficiency Standards as being 50% more stringent than similar standards used at the national More »

CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE SUMMIT – JUNE 7 & 8

April 8, 2011

The California Commercial Real Estate Summit (CCRES) will be held in Sacramento on June 7 and 8, 2011. This event is the one time of year that industry leaders from all sectors of the commercial, industrial, and retail real estate industry converge on California’s Capitol to meet with policymakers. The summit gives you an opportunity to meet More »

IN-DEPTH COMMERCIAL CALGREEN WORKSHOP

March 11, 2011

In addition to the above classes, on April 18 in Sacramento, the Building Standard Commission is also offering a CALGreen workshop that will go in-depth into the commercial/non-residential aspects of the code. You can also earn AIA and ICC continuing education credits by attending this workshop. The CALGreen Commercial Workshop will provide an in-depth More »

ICSC SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOCAL ALLIANCE PROGRAM

October 29, 2010

On November 10, in Los Angeles, join the ICSC Alliance Program for a luncheon to hear from retail real estate industry experts that have been through it before and not only survived but have thrived! All stakeholders, including local governments, must adapt business strategies to succeed in this new economy. To this end, the Alliance luncheon will More »

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