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ESD Team to Explain Title 24 Updates

Title 24 — established in 1978 to reduce California’s energy consumption — has a big impact on projects in the state.

The newest version of Title 24 took effect on January 1 this year, and James Gronek, Nina Townley and Mike Pascual will focus on the updates to the California Energy Code during a presentation to Jensen Architects on Friday, April 14. They will discuss changes in indoor and outdoor lighting requirements, among other topics.

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