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Decoding Renewables: Let’s Talk PV, Solar & Energy Compliance

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2016 Title 24, Part 6

Decoding Renewables: Let’s Talk PV, Solar & Energy Compliance
Gina Rodda of Gabel Energy, along with her guest speaker Brian Selby, from Selby Energy, Inc., want you to join the conversation regarding how renewables – including photovoltaic (PV), solar thermal water heating and battery storage - are treated in California’s building energy code for compliance options. Discussion topics include: Understanding how building types (single family, multifamily and commercial) dictate when renewables are allowed for compliance with the energy code; Applying the current renewable requirements and recognizing how they may, or may not, change for future code cycles; Where to find guidance on Title 24, Part 6 renewable considerations; and Strategies for applying renewable energy for energy code compliance.
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