The 2016 Title 24 standards become effective 1/1/17. Are you ready? Energy Code Ace is here to help you prepare with free offerings focused on what’s new in 2016.
Four new Fact Sheets offer “quick reference” summaries of key Title 24, Part 6 changes.
- What’s New: 2016 Residential Code
- What’s New: 2016 Nonresidential Code
- What’s Changed: 2016 Residential Code
- What’s Changed: 2016 Nonresidential Code
Updated classroom and online trainings include the popular Title 24 Part 6 Essentials – Standards for Plans Examiners and Building Inspectors full-day classes and the shorter courses like Title 24: Where We’re Headed with the 2016 Standards. See the full list of currently scheduled classes at www.EnergyCodeAce.com/training.
Don’t see an Essentials class near you? Submit a request here: energycodeace.com/content/training-request.
More free 2016 assistance is coming soon in the form of additional resources (like trigger sheets and checklists) and tools, such as the Reference Ace, which helps you easily navigate the Title 24, Part 6 Standards documents using key word searches and hyperlinks. Register with the site to receive email notices when new offerings are available.
Learn more about Energy Code Ace at the SEEC Forum, June 15-16 in Riverside. The program is participating in the poster session and two panels: Code and Compliance Tools that Work and Beyond the Energy Code: Exploring the Value of Forging Ahead.