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    Posted: August 24, 2011 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments

    The California Energy Commission has conducted the last of 15 workshops aimed at gathering public comment on proposed changes to their energy efficiency standards.  Of the numerous changes being proposed, the CEC would like to require non-residential building compliance documentation to be filed in the CEC’s on-line compliance registry.  This is already required for residential buildings, but the process has been very “bumpy” as the on-line filing system used by the CEC does not allow for most common project plan-changes to be added once the process has started.   

    After taking comments from the public, the CEC Staff will begin the preparation of formal regulatory language that will be released to the public in late-September or October.  The CEC plans to formally adopt new standards in March of 2012 and for the standards to take effect statewide on January 1, 2014.

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