EXISTING BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND BENCHMARKING

 

The state is currently in the process of writing regulations to implement energy efficiency programs that will have an impact on your buildings.  Much of the current focus is shifting from new construction to existing buildings.  The best way to prepare your business for success is being active, engaged, and making business decisions that will enable you to stay ahead of our state’s minimum requirements.

The Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) on Thursday, December 3rd from 12:30-1:30 for a is hosting a webinar on SB 350 and AB 802, featuring CEC Commissioner Andrew McAllister and Commissioner David Hochschild. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from CEC leadership about these new laws and how they fit in with the State’s overall energy goals, learn about how these laws will impact local governments, and ask questions.  Click here to register and participate. Commercial Real Estate leaders and professionals are working with the CEC and CPUC and BSC every step of the way and have scheduled a pre-meeting to discuss issues related to the SEEC webinar.  If you would like to participate, let us know.

State law has mandated very significant goals and only through the participation in the regulatory process can we assure that the rules and regulations promulgated make sense.

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