2022 California Title-24 Energy Code (1.5 LU|ZNCD)
The state of California continues leading the efforts in electrification and decarbonization through codes and regulations both at the state and local jurisdiction levels. Join this course to learn about the major revisions in the new California Title-24 2022 energy code as they introduce new requirements on building envelope and building systems. The session will also provide a brief overview of CA city reach codes and available electrification technologies. As they represent the biggest change in the new energy code, the new PV array and battery system requirements are emphasized together with sample calculations for necessary system capacities.
- Identify major areas of changes in the new CA Title 24 2022 Energy Code (nonresidential & multifamily sections).
- Get an overview of CA city reach codes
- Learn how to estimate the code required PV array and battery capacity for a typical new building.
- Get familiar with electrification technologies and impact on new building electrical service requirements.
Hosted at Lowney Architecture's Office
About Your Speakers
Alper Erten | PAE Consulting Engineers, Senior Associate
Alper provides consulting expertise with a background in mechanical engineering and 15 years of high-performance building design experience to a range of global and small to large-scale environmental design projects. He is uniquely skilled at developing effective sustainable and holistic solutions, substantiated by data through analysis and simulation. He specializes in envelope and building systems optimization with emphasis on energy, water and carbon emissions metrics and detailed building analysis on areas of occupant comfort, indoor air quality, electrification and post occupancy measurement and verification. Alper takes pride in guiding sustainable projects from inception to successful execution.
Christian Agulles | PAE Consulting Engineers, CEO
Christian’s primary concentration is the conceptual design of sustainable and energy-efficient heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and building-controls systems. In 20-plus years as a mechanical engineer, he has become an expert at advanced analysis tools, including energy modeling, thermal-comfort modeling, and glazing and envelope analysis. Among other projects, Christian recently applied his conceptual-design skills to the Parkmerced Residential Development in San Francisco and the new LinkedIn campus in Mountain View, California.