Having problems understanding the ins and outs of California’s Title 20 Appliance Efficiency Regulations? Help is on the way. The California Energy Commission (CEC) has just announced a live, interactive webinar covering the fundamentals of the state’s appliance efficiency standards program.
Conducted by the CEC’s efficiency division staff, the two-hour “Title 20 Boot Camp” will begin at 10:00 AM (Pacific Time) on Tuesday, August 15th. Four, 30-minute sessions will cover an overview of appliance efficiency regulations, appliance database basics, new and proposed Title 20 regulations, and Title 20 resources.
The webinar is free to attend. Information on joining the webinar, along with the meeting’s agenda, can be downloaded here.
In related news, the CEC has extended the comment period for stakeholders to submit proposals on its Phase 2 Appliance Efficiency Regulations and Roadmap activity (see Mr. Green Blog, What’s Next for California’s Appliance Efficiency Standards?). Comments can now be submitted up to September 18, 2017. Phase 2 appliance efficiency standards and roadmaps activity affect commercial and industrial fans and blowers, general service lamps, sprinkler spray bodies, tub-spout diverters, irrigation controllers, set-top boxes, low-power modes and power factor, and solar inverters. Proposals can be submitted using the CEC’s website, by email, or by mail. Click here for more details.