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Nonresidential

Energy efficiency reduces energy costs, increases reliability and availability of electricity, improves building occupant comfort and reduces environmental impacts. California’s Building Energy Efficiency Standards, Title 24, Part 6 (Standards) for nonresidential buildings cover all nonresidential occupancies (Group A, B, E, F, H, M, R, S or U), as well as high-rise residential (Groups R-1 and R-2 with four or more habitable stories), and all hotel and motel occupancies. The Standards do not apply to CBC Group I (hospitals, daycare, nursing homes, and prisons).

You will find informative videos and resources that cover a variety of topics for nonresidential buildings, with more segments to come in the future.

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