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  • CEC TO UNVEIL 2017 CHANGES TO EFFICIENCY STANDARDS

    Posted: October 14, 2014 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments

    After conducting a series of stakeholder meetings and public workshops over the past 6 months, the California Energy Commission is preparing to unveil the Draft Language for Residential and Non-Residential Efficiency Standards at a workshop scheduled for Monday, November 3rd.   This workshop will bring the “informal” part of this proceeding to a close with the CEC expected to release formal, 45-Day Language in early-2015.  If the CEC stays on schedule, these updated energy efficiency standards could be adopted as early as May and are intended to take effect throughout the state on January 1, 2017.

    Some of the changes being considered for Non-Residential buildings include energy conserving measures for indoor and outdoor lighting, HVAC systems, fans, elevators and escalators.

    Interested parties can access key documents by Clicking here.



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