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  • CEC POSTPONES RELEASE OF PROPOSED ENERGY STANDARDS

    Posted: January 19, 2012 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments

     Needing additional time to complete the full regulatory packet, the California Energy Commission has pushed back the release of their proposed changes to California’s Energy Efficiency Building Standards (Title 24, Part 6).  The CEC had intended to release the formal “45-Day Language” package during the first week of January, however, they recently pushed that release date back to the last week of February.  In the meantime, industry representatives have been meeting with members of the Administration to voice our objection over the bad timing of this historically large increase in proposed stringency and the related costs associated with those changes.

     Any concerns or comments you have on these regulations would be welcome.  For more information on this complicated process and to read proposed changes that will impact your business, visit the CEC website.



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