The Virtual Compliance Assistant asks you questions about your Nonresidential project then fills in the required certificates of compliance (NRCCs) and lets you know if the project complies.
A suite of interactive tools to help you understand the compliance process, required forms, installation techniques and energy efficiency regulations applicable to building projects and appliances in California.
A quick reference to check if a lighting installation meets Energy Code requirements.
A portfolio of on-demand, and live in-person and online training alternatives on California's Energy Code and Title 20 regulations, tailored to a variety of industry professionals and addressing key measures.
Links to external information and services related to the Energy Code and Title 20.
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