California’s Title 24 Resources
A Quick-Access Guide to California’s Title 24 energy requirements, newly updated for 2019
California became the first state to implement minimum energy efficiency standards in 1974. The California Energy Commission was created then to oversee implementation of the new laws. The standards, referred to as Title 24, were updated in 2008 and again in 2019.
For a complete outline of Residential and Nonresidential compliance codes, download any of the Compliance Manuals below (effective January 1, 2019):
2019 Building Energy
Whether you’re looking for residential or commercial solutions, you will find answers you need within the resources below:
2019 Alternative Calculation
Method Approval Manual
For additional information directly from the California Energy Commission page, click here.
Western is providing in-depth analysis of the new 2019 Title 24 requirements in a series of blog articles, together with recommended compliant products. Click below for the latest editions of our Title 24 series:
- Part 1: Occupancy and Daylight Sensors
- Part 2: Mandatory Requirements for Solar-Ready Buildings
- Part 3: Night Lights, Step Lights and Path Lights
New articles will be added as they appear.