What is Title 24?
It was created to raise standards of energy efficiency and ensure that all existing and new buildings meet the new energy efficiency requirements. It is also meant to regulate and preserve indoor and outdoor environment quality.
California recognized in the 1970s that energy consumption was having a negative effect on the environment, and something had to be done to regulate energy consumption. The State Legislature passed the Warren Alquist State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Act. It came into existence from a batter over power plant sitting, which led to a historic compromise between environmentalists and utilities.
The Energy Commission wanted to maintain and develop energy efficiency standards for all new and existing buildings, under the Public Resources Code (Section 250402). It is also known as the Warren Alquist Act.
PURPOSE OF TITLE 24
The main purpose of Title 24 was to achieve a better standard of
energy consumption because of the following concerns:
HOW WE HELP
At K2D we offer residential and commercial Title 24 Energy Calculation Services to builders, designers, architects, and homeowners. Our experts will review the design of your facility and check whether all energy calculations are accurate. They will also ensure that the building meets all compliance with new energy standards.
Title 24, Part 6 of the California Code of Regulations, or The California Energy Code is also known as The Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Non-residential Buildings. It was established in 1978 and was in relation to reducing energy consumption in California.
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