COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Precautions

Energy Code Ace values the health and well-being of our team members, industry partners and stakeholders, and all those who use our offerings. In consideration of the national and regional news of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) awareness and precautions, we are cancelling our in-person “Traditional Classroom” classes through 2020.

We will continue to monitor the situation and may decide to cancel additional in-person classes as things progress. We will send related email messages and post updates on to help keep you informed.

We also understand that you still have jobs to do and information you need about Title 24, Part 6 and Title 20. With that in mind, we encourage you to take advantage of our wide array of tools, training and resources you can use without leaving your desk.

  • Click here to download a list of online offerings available for the 2019 Energy Code
  • You can also visit the Training page and use the filters on the right side to search for “Event Types” other than “Traditional Classroom”
  • The Resources page has a wealth of fact sheets, trigger sheets, checklists and other helpful documents on Tile 24, Part 6 and Title 20
  • Our suite of online Tools is designed to help you identify the forms, installation techniques and standards relevant to building projects in California
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