Get prepared for the latest changes
to California’s green building standards!
2019 Updates to CALGreen and the Energy Code.
New Rules Forward California’s Commitment to Green Building
deep commitment to building health and efficiency has led to
some of the most aggressive green building requirements in
the country. This year will see the publication of new
requirements for the state's energy code and its green
building code, CALGreen.
Two new seminars from Green Technology give you an
opportunity to find out about these changes in advance and
to discover what will become mandatory when they enter into
force in January 2020.
Finding what's coming early in the game can help you ensure
that projects in your pipeline will align with the most
current code guidelines. No matter what your role in the
building sector might be, this is vital information.
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California Energy Code 2019: Challenges and Mandatory
This three-hour session will bring you up to date on changes to
the Energy Code (Title 24, Part 6) for residential and
non-residential buildings. Will the code require rooftop solar
for every new home? What changes in the 2019 code relate to the
state's long-term carbon reduction goals? Where is the code
likely to go next? Get answers to these questions, and more, and
come with your questions regarding compliance with existing code
CALGreen 2019: Challenges and Mandatory Changes
This two-hour session will help you understand the latest
revisions to the nation’s first mandatory green building
standards, CALGreen (Title 24, Part 11). Find out about new and
updated requirements for multifamily housing, EV charging, air
quality, new requirements for schools and community colleges and
We'll be coming to cities throughout the state in coming months.
You can attend either of these seminars separately, or attend
both for a discounted price (lunch included).
For the seminar schedule and registration,
assistance, including discounts for groups,
click here to schedule a phone call with Jonathan Marquiss.
Call us at
626-577-5700 if you have questions, or if you would like to bring
this seminar to your city.