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CALGreen Services in Palo Alto

CALGreen – City of Palo Alto has implemented one of the most aggressive green building codes in the state of California. Due to very high value of real estate and heightened awareness for sustainable construction practices among the residents, city has succeeded in justifying the enforcement of green building code that few other cities in the state of California have enforced.

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Who needs a Title 24 Report?

A Title 24 report typically refers to the energy efficiency standards in California, also known as the California Energy Code. The Title 24 report is required for new construction and major renovations of residential and non-residential buildings in California to ensure they meet specific energy efficiency standards.

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What is a Title 24 Report?

Title 24 refers to a set of building energy efficiency standards in the state of California, United States. The title is part of the California Code of Regulations and is officially known as the California Building Standards Code, Title 24. The standards were established to promote energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in new construction and major renovations of residential and non-residential buildings.

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CALGreen Services in Palo Alto

CALGreen – City of Palo Alto has implemented one of the most aggressive green building codes in the state of California. Due to very high value of real estate and heightened awareness for sustainable construction practices among the residents, city has succeeded in justifying the enforcement of green building code that few other cities in the state of California have enforced.

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California Green Building Code (CALGreen) – Clean Air Vehicles

Several measures have been included in the CALGreen code to encourage the use of Clean Air Vehicles. Allocation of parking spaces reserved for such vehicles is one of them. This is a mandatory measure for all new construction and addition/alteration projects that are adding parking spaces.

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Who needs a Title 24 Report?

A Title 24 report typically refers to the energy efficiency standards in California, also known as the California Energy Code. The Title 24 report is required for new construction and major renovations of residential and non-residential buildings in California to ensure they meet specific energy efficiency standards.

Read More »

What is a Title 24 Report?

Title 24 refers to a set of building energy efficiency standards in the state of California, United States. The title is part of the California Code of Regulations and is officially known as the California Building Standards Code, Title 24. The standards were established to promote energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in new construction and major renovations of residential and non-residential buildings.

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