Now Boarding for 2019: Get Ready to Take Off with the new Energy Code | AIA CA Climate Action Webinar Series
The 2019 California Title 24, Part 6 Energy Code is 50% more stringent for new homes and includes requirements for photovoltaic (PV) solar systems. In addition to PV, building efficiency measure requirements (i.e., insulation, windows and HERS requirements) have changed to reflect a more energy-efficient, tighter and healthier home. Join us as we review changes to the Energy Code impacting single family home designs, and how demonstrating compliance with these requirements will affect your designs.
Speaker: Gina Rodda | Gabel Energy and Energy Code Ace
2019 Title 24, Part 6: Requirements for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) | AIA CA Climate Action Webinar Series
This webinar will explore how the Title 24, Part 6 Energy Code requirements for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) has evolved over the last several years. The Energy Code defines ADUs as either “new residential buildings” or “additions to existing residential buildings” – and the related requirements differ greatly based on that definition. We will review how to classify your ADU project and then how to determine design features to comply with the 2019 Energy Code.
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Speaker: Gina Rodda | Gabel Energy
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Energy Code Ace Fact Sheets
Quick Reference Sheet: Residential Accessory Dwelling Units 2019
What’s New in 2019 Nonresidential Energy Code
What’s Changed for 2019 – Nonresidential, High-Rise Multifamily, Hotel & Motel