Reach Code Paths

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Audits at time of listing, sale, or remodel

A requirement to conduct building energy use audits at time of sale can incentivize owners to invest in retrofits that improve efficiency and may help maintain or improve a building’s resale value

  • Objective information regarding energy performance and cost expectations
  • Informed decision-making regarding upgrade options or performance across projects
  • Resistance to adding requirements to already complex real estate transactions
  • Requires ongoing internal jurisdiction resources
  • No direct energy savings

There are no resources for this requirement.
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Benchmarking (via EPA Portfolio Manager) at time of lease, sale or by “date-certain”. Expand existing CEC requirements to smaller buildings

Requiring the energy use of commercial and multifamily buildings to be compared against similar buildings helps owners and occupants understand relative energy performance and identify opportunities to reduce energy waste

  • Provides objective information regarding energy performance and cost expectations
  • Can be prerequisite to requiring improvements
  • Enables owners to make informed decisions regarding upgrade options or performance across projects
  • Resistance to adding requirements to already complex real estate transactions
  • Requires ongoing internal jurisdiction resources
  • No direct energy savings

There are no resources for this requirement.
Contact us for more information.
Learn more about the Reach Code Process.

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  • SDGE - A Sempra Energy Utility
  • The Gas Company - A Sempra Energy Utility
  • Southern California Edison - An EDISON INTERNATIONAL® Company
  • PG&E Corporation

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