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.
The Timeline Ace™ allows you to track code development activities for California’s Title 24,
Part 6 Building Energy Efficiency Standards and Title 20 Appliance Efficiency Standards, and
Federal energy standards.
The timeline displays events such as meetings held by the California Energy Commission and other
relevant bodies, code language comment periods and dates that code changes go into effect in
chronological order. Each event on the timeline is a link to a dialog box containing summary
information describing the code development activity and applicable links to source information.
Events are organized by the applicable energy efficiency code as well as by either Residential
or Nonresidential building occupancy type. They may also be sorted by milestones that apply to
either the California Energy Commission or California investor-owned utility (PG&E, SCE, SDG&E
and SoCalGas), although not every event is associated with a milestone. Use the filters located
on the navigation bar to view specific event types. Individual events may be clicked to view a
In addition to filtering events, you can also change the length of time presented in the view
using the Time function. The timeline view defaults to six months, beginning one month prior to
the current month. Arrows on either end of the screen will allow you scroll forward or backward
in time. Note that months along the bottom of the screen may not scroll properly if the browser
screen is maximized, and we are working on a solution to this!
We encourage anyone who uses the included energy codes to note timeline events as opportunities
to weigh in during the code development process, to ensure that your feedback is heard, and to
stay informed of how and when new code requirements could affect your workflow.
Milestone or Deadline Date
Open Date Range
A solid diamond indicates an event that occurs on a single day, such as a meeting or hearing.
An open diamond with a line connecting it to another open diamond indicates an event that occurs
over a length of time, such as a comment period.
The Statewide Codes and Standards Enhancement (CASE) Team is composed of four California
investor-owned utilities (Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Diego Gas and Electric,
Southern California Edison, and SoCalGas®), two publicly-owned utilities (Los Angeles
Department of Water and Power and Sacramento Municipal Utility District) and their consultants.
An interactive tool for schedules of Title 24 and Title 20 code changes.
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.