EVENTS

Energy Code Ace training: 2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Nonresidential & Multifamily Standards: Solar & Battery Storage 

  • Webinar
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Energy consultants, architects and other designers, get up to date with the 2022 Energy Code for solar and battery-storage systems.

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3C-REN Training: 2022 Energy Code: Alterations and Additions for Single Family

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This session in a series of 5 courses provides an overview of the 2022 Title 24 Energy Code changes focusing on alterations and additions for single family construction.

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Reaching Beyond New Construction: A Panel Discussion

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This is a panel discussion with local jurisdiction staff on existing building policy adoption. A collaboration between Building Decarbonization Coalition, BayREN, 3C-REN, California Climate & Energy Collaborative and the Statewide Reach Codes Program, this webinar is reserved for local jurisdiction staff.

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BayREN C&S Training: 2022 Energy Code Changes – Single Family

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This course will provide an overview of the 2022 Energy Code changes for single family buildings, including changes to the structure of the energy code as well as changes to mandatory measures and performance and prescriptive requirements.

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Inflation Reduction Act Part 1: Funding Overview of Programs (Real Estate Focus)

  • 3C-REN Webinar
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IRA funding is coming, bringing huge potential for energy-efficiency upgrades at an affordable cost. By understanding the programs coming, you can help clients maximize their savings – on both their installation costs and utility bills. This training is presented by Franklin Energy and made available through the Tri-County Regional Energy Network (3C-REN), a partnership between the Counties of Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo to improve energy efficiency. 3C-REN is funded by utility ratepayer funds through the California Public Utilities Commission.

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Energy Code Ace training: 2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Single-family Compliance: EnergyPro Advanced 

  • Webinar
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Experienced EnergyPro users, get answers to your questions, address special considerations and see how to use the software most effectively to demonstrate compliance with California's 2022 Single-family Energy Code. Respond to a pre-session survey to let us know what you're most interested in, and we will do our best to incorporate your requests into the session.

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California Irrigation Institute Annual Conference

  • Sacramento
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This year's theme is One Water: Partnering for Solutions

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Energy Code Ace training: 2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Single-family Compliance: Modeling 

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Energy consultants, designers and other industry pros, learn the general principles and get hands-on application for modeling single-family new construction and alterations to demonstrate compliance with the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24, Part 6 or the Energy Code). The course includes examples, demonstrations, and individual hands-on practice with sample files in either EnergyPro and CBECC — your choice.

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CivicWell 31st Annual Policymakers Conference

  • Asilomar Hotel and Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove CA
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This intimate gathering brings together over 100 mayors, city council members, county supervisors, and other senior executives in an inspiring and collaborative environment. The event is designed to support local elected officials with tools and partnership opportunities to implement innovative solutions to our most pressing community challenges.

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Past Events

Energy Code Ace training: 2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Single-family Standards: Mechanical Systems 

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This online workshop allows attendees to weigh mechanical system alternatives for single-family projects based on client goals and preferences, impact on energy efficiency and carbon reduction, and compliance with the California 2022 Energy Code.

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2022 Title 24, Part 6 Essentials — Single-family Standards for Architects & Designers

  • Energy Code Ace Virtual Classroom
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This course is designed to help residential architects and designers advance their understanding of California’s 2022 Energy Code and ease its implementation. The course offers a clear roadmap of the compliance process, including an integrated design approach with the design team and Energy Consultant, as well as training specific to the Energy Code requirements for envelope, mechanical and photovoltaic (solar) design. The course is delivered in two half-day sessions held on two consecutive days. Participants must attend both sessions to complete the course.

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2025 Energy Code Cycle Stakeholder Meeting: Single Family and Multifamily

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In this webinar, the Statewide CASE Team will introduce the audience to the Single Family and Multifamily measures that are being considered for the 2025 T24 energy code and seek to garner participation from new and existing stakeholders.

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2025 Energy Code Cycle Stakeholder Meeting: Nonresidential

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In this webinar, the Statewide CASE Team will introduce the audience to the nonresidential measures that are being considered for the 2025 T24 energy code and seek to garner participation from new and existing stakeholders.

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Reach Codes Newcomers Webinar Series:
Session 5

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Session 5, Implementation:  Monitoring reach code implementation, checklists and training, examples from specific jurisdictions, and more.

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Designing Local Policies with the Cost-Effectiveness Explorer

  • Webinar
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Launched in the fall of 2020 and used by 100+ local jurisdictions statewide, the Cost-Effectiveness Explorer now lets users create and visualize impacts from overarching policies at the local level. This webinar will walk through the free online tool to enable attendees a "hands-on" look at how to explore the new policy-building tools, and provide plenty of time for Q&A.

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Draft Results: Multifamily New Construction Cost-Effectiveness Study

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Draft Results: Nonresidential New Construction Cost-Effectiveness Study

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Results & Findings: Single Family New Construction Cost-Effectiveness Study

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Reach Codes Newcomers Webinar Series:
Session 4

  • Webinar
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Session 4, Reach code ordinance options:  Renewing existing reach codes, developing and adopting new reach codes for new and existing buildings, model ordinances, and more.

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Reach Codes Newcomers Webinar Series:
Session 3

  • Webinar
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Session 3, Cost-effectiveness analyses:  Introduction to terms, when an analysis is required, what makes a measure cost effective, types of inputs and considerations, how to obtain and use a cost-effectiveness analysis, energy code terms and metrics, and more.

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Reach Codes Newcomers Webinar Series:
Session 2

  • Webinar
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Session 2, Reach code process & timing:  The general steps of developing and drafting a reach code, including policy development, timing considerations, preparing for Council, and support resources to help you throughout the process.

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Reach Codes Newcomers Webinar Series:
Session 1

  • Webinar
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Session 1, Introduction:  The what and why of reach codes, including an overview of the process and timing, legal considerations, and more.

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Designing Flexible Path Reach Codes with the Cost-Effectiveness Explorer

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Tackling Residential Retrofits: Tools and Lessons Learned

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Webinar: Battery Storage for Single Family Homes Cost Effectiveness Analysis

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Local jurisdiction staff and other interested stakeholders are warmly invited to join us for a presentation on the results of our newly-completed analysis of battery storage for single family homes. The study objective was to identify cost-effective storage system measure combinations in new and existing single family homes that meet the requirements to support adoption of a reach code. Stakeholders interested in adopting a storage system ordinance will be particularly interested in this webinar.

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Reach Codes Results: Residential Retrofits Cost-effectiveness Webinar

  • Webinar - Online
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Please join us for a presentation on the results of our newly-completed analysis of residential retrofit measures and measure packages. A preliminary cost-effectiveness study on existing residential building upgrades was published by the statewide Codes & Standards team in February 2020. At that time, the research team identified a range of additional options that merited further study. These include: Revisiting  base case assumptions Exploring additional HVAC upgrade options Evaluating additional building envelope improvements Assessing lighting: luminaire replacements in addition to lamp replacements Evaluating electrification and electrification-ready measures at equipment change-out Considering the effectiveness of PV system installation when building an addition Requiring additional efficiency upgrades when installing PV Study authors will present their findings and answer participant questions on all the measures and measure packages analyzed.

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2019 New Construction Studies - Technical Webinar

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