The Virtual Compliance Assistant asks you questions about your Nonresidential project then fills in the required certificates of compliance (NRCCs) and lets you know if the project complies.
A suite of interactive tools to help you understand the compliance process, required forms, installation techniques and energy efficiency regulations applicable to building projects and appliances in California.
A quick reference to check if a lighting installation meets Energy Code requirements.
A portfolio of on-demand, and live in-person and online training alternatives on California's Energy Code and Title 20 regulations, tailored to a variety of industry professionals and addressing key measures.
NRCI Forms (Nonresidential Certificates of Installation)
The Nonresidential Certificates of Installation (NRCI) are to demonstrate installations are compliant with the Energy Code at the time of construction and should be submitted by the installer to the inspector.
Download the desired form and save a copy to your computer.
Submit the completed form to the Authority Having Jurisdiction.
NRCA Forms (Nonresidential Certificates of Acceptance)
The Nonresidential Certificates of Acceptance (NRCA) are to demonstrate compliance with Acceptance Testing requirements in the Energy Code. These documents must be completed by a field technician or Certified Acceptance Test Technician and submitted to the inspector.
NRCV Forms (Nonresidential Certificates of Verification)
The Nonresidential Certificates of Verification (NRCV) are to demonstrate compliance with HERS verification requirements in the Energy Code. These documents must be completed by a HERS Rater and registered with a HERS Provider's registry prior to submitting them to the inspector.
All the official California Energy Commission compliance documents available for download and, for the
Nonresidential Certificates of Compliance, available to fill in online based on your answers to questions about
This program is funded by California utility customers and administered by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E®), Southern California Edison Company (SCE), and Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas®) under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.