California Energy Code Stakeholders
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New Code in Effect 1/1/2023
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The Statewide CASE Team periodically distributes email notifications that advertise upcoming meetings, provide materials from past meetings, and update stakeholders on the progression of the Energy Commission’s rulemaking process. You can choose to receive measure-specific and/or general updates on these topics depending on your needs.
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California Energy Commission
The Energy Commission updates California’s Energy Code (Title 24, Part 6) on an approximately three-year cycle. The Statewide CASE Team is not formally affiliated with, but supports the Energy Commission throughout the code cycle by ensuring that stakeholders are represented during the Energy Commission’s rulemaking processes. Visit the Energy Commission’s website to view the most recent versions of the Title 24, Part 6 code language.
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About the Statewide CASE Team and CASE Reports
The Statewide Codes and Standards Enhancement (CASE) Team presents recommendations to support the Energy Commission’s efforts to update Energy Code (Title 24, Part 6) to include new requirements or to upgrade existing requirements. The Statewide CASE Team is sponsored by the three California Investor Owned Utilities – Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Diego Gas and Electric, and Southern California Edison — and two Publicly Owned Utilities — Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and Sacramento Municipal Utility District. The Statewide CASE Team is not affiliated with the Energy Commission, though we aim to work collaboratively with the Energy Commission when developing and refining code change proposals. The Statewide CASE Team submits code change proposals to the Energy Commission in the form of CASE Reports. Each code change proposal topic (or, ‘measure(s)’) is evaluated throughout the code cycle by subject matter experts with the goal of identifying cost-effective enhancements to the California Energy Code. CASE Reports incorporate feedback received during utility-sponsored stakeholder meetings, Energy Commission pre-rulemaking workshops, and ongoing communication with stakeholders. The Energy Commission is responsible for evaluating CASE Reports submitted by the Statewide CASE Team and other stakeholders. The Energy Commission may revise or reject code change proposals presented in CASE Reports based on evidence presented and comments received. You can participate in the 2022 Title 24, Part 6 Standards update by attending Energy Commission workshops and submitting written comments to the docket.
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