- Title24 2019, Part 6
June 19, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
We will discuss how the latest changes for the 2019 CA Title 24, Part 6 Standards and other leading energy initiatives continue to drive this trend to sustainable (Green) design.
1) What are the changes for the upcoming 2019 CA Title 24 and when will it go into effect?
2) What are current code requirements and latest changes of 2019 CA Title 24, Part 6 Standards?
a. Overview of energy code & systematic approach to design and install a code compliant system.
b. Understanding the code requirements that are triggered with Adds and Alterations projects
c. Application of mandatory metering and load disaggregation challenges of CA Title 24 Standards.
3) Explore compliance forms & related documents to understand their purpose & how to use them to ensure energy code compliant system specification, design, installation, & commissioning
4) Understanding the Enforcement Mechanism of CA Title 24 Energy Standards
5) Considerations for successful implementation of CA Title 24 Energy Standards . . . Building your Team !!!
6) Resources that are available to assist in complying with the CA Title 24 Energy Standards
7) CA Title 24, Part 6 California Energy Code question and answer session . . .
Industry studies and trends show that green building construction continues as a major trend across the facility landscape for the foreseeable future. As more of your clients ask for their projects to incorporate the latest high-performance systems, you need to know what it is they are really asking of you.
SPEAKER: John Busch, Leviton Regional Sales Manager Southwest (LEED AP BD&C, CLCATT)
John Busch’s presentation on CA Title 24, Part 6, will cover code sections as well as the intent behind each of these code sections. His knowledge, along with CLCATT (Certified Lighting Control Acceptance Test Technician) certification, will provide all attendees with a working understanding of how to deal with common misunderstandings and misapplications of CA Title 24, Part 6. John is the current Chair for California Energy Alliance Energy Code Compliance Committee