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Home > IECC International Energy Conservation Code > IECC 2009 CA California Energy Conservation

IECC 2009 CA California International Energy Code Compliance Training Certification

On January 12, 2010, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced the (CALGREEN)Green Building Standards Code which became effective on Jan. 1, 2011. This new standard requires new buildings in CA state to be much more environmentally responsible and energy efficient.

The California Energy Commission (CEC) has recently revised its building energy standard, Title 24.  As part of the revision of the energy code the CEC incorporated the air tightness testing protocols established in RESNET’s Chapter 8, “RESNET Standard for Performance Testing and Work Scope”. The Energy Commission’s 2013 Building Energy Efficiency Standards are 25 percent more efficient than the previous state standard for residential. The revised standard will take effect on January 1, 2014.  This is the step to meeting the state’s commitment to net zero energy homes by 2020.
 
 
Residential

Residential Code 
 
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CA Amendments
 
Approved Compliance Tools
 

Approximate Stringency

Effective Date
 
California developed code, 2008 Building Energy Efficiency Standards, consisting of Title 24, Pts. 1 & 6 (California Code of Regulations), is statewide mandatory.
 
 
 
List of approved computer programs can be viewed at California Energy Commission website.
 
 
More stringent than the 2009 IECC
 
 
 
January 1, 2010
 
Local governments may adopt & enforce new standards for energy efficiency toward new building construction, repairs, alterations, and additions as long as the CA Energy Commission determines that the standards require buildings not to consume any more energy than allowed by Title 24, Pt. 6. Local standards include and are not limited to the adoptation of the requirements pertaining to Title 24, Part 6 before the effective date, requiring supplementary energy conservation procedures, or establishing more stringent energy budgets.
 
Commercial

Commercial Code
 
 
CA-Specific Research
 
Approved Compliance Tools

Approximate Stringency

Effective Date
State-developed code, 2008 Building Energy Efficiency Standards, comprising Title 24, Parts 1 and 6, of the California Code of Regulations, is mandatory statewide.
2010 California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen)
 
List of approved computer programs can be viewed at California Energy Commission website.
 
More stringent than ASHRAE 90.1-2007.
 
January 1, 2010.
 
Local governments may adopt & enforce new standards for energy efficiency toward new building construction, repairs, alterations, and additions as long as the CA Energy Commission determines that the standards require buildings not to consume any more energy than allowed by Title 24, Pt. 6. Local standards include and are not limited to the adoptation of the requirements pertaining to Title 24, Part 6 before the effective date, requiring supplementary energy conservation procedures, or establishing more stringent energy budgets.
 

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