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TITLE 24

Are You Ready for the 2020 Requirements to Title 24?

The Energy Code Ace Web site is developed and provided by the California Statewide Codes & Standards Program, which offers free energy code training, tools and resources for those who need to understand and meet the requirements of Title 24, Part 6 and Title 20. Designed to improve compliance with the state’s building and appliance energy codes and standards, the program aims to advance the adoption and effective implementation of energy efficiency measures and building practices to lock in long-term energy savings. The program recognizes that codes and standards are one of the most effective pathways to ensuring sustained market transformation – and that key to making them work well are well-informed industry professionals and consumers. With that in mind, a number of offerings have been developed to help both those who enforce the code, as well as those who must follow it.

Click here to learn more: https://energycodeace.com/

Education and Outreach
TOOLS TO HELP YOU SAVE

We believe the energy saving mindset starts at home.

North Valley Energy Watch is on a mission to ensure all eligible customers can take advantage of the broad range of energy efficient resources available to them.  One way we do this is through our DIY Home Energy Saving Toolkit.

Distributed primarily through educators and sustainability minded organizations, these kits can be checked out just like a library book.

In the kit, you will find a variety of tools that help you monitor and retrofit to optimize energy usage. Items such as LED light bulbs, faucet aerators, shower timer, outlet gaskets, weather stripping, hose nozzle, low flow shower-head, and water leak detection dye tablets are yours to keep. Simply return the toolkit with the other items once your assessment is complete.

Educators: this is a wonderful project for elementary and middle-school students to take home and complete with their families.  Simply contact us when you need the “yours-to-keep” items replaced!

TOOLS TO HELP YOU SAVE

We believe the energy saving mindset starts at home.

North Valley Energy Watch is on a mission to ensure all eligible customers can take advantage of the broad range of energy efficient resources available to them.  One way we do this is through our DIY Home Energy Saving Toolkit.

Distributed primarily through educators and sustainability minded organizations, these kits can be checked out just like a library book.

In the kit, you will find a variety of tools that help you monitor and retrofit to optimize energy usage. Items such as LED light bulbs, faucet aerators, shower timer, outlet gaskets, weather stripping, hose nozzle, low flow shower-head, and water leak detection dye tablets are yours to keep. Simply return the toolkit with the other items once your assessment is complete.

Educators: this is a wonderful project for elementary and middle-school students to take home and complete with their families.  Simply contact us when you need the “yours-to-keep” items replaced!

The full DIY Home Energy Saving Toolkit includes:
ITEMS TO KEEP
  • 4 LED Light Bulbs
  • 3 Low-Flow Faucet Aerators
  • Shower Timer
  • Outlet Gaskets
  • Weather Stripping
  • Water Leak Detection Dye Tablets
  • Hose Nozzle
  • Low-Flow Showerhead
ITEMS TO RETURN
  • A Kill-A-Watt® meter for measuring the energy use of appliances and equipment.
  • Painters Tape
  • Thermometer
  • Pipe Thread Seal Tape
  • Infrared Laser Thermometer
  • Pliers
  • Water Flow Rate Bag
  • Refrigerator Thermometer
  • Tool Kit Container
  • Instructions
*Should you return it without the items listed above, there will be a replacement charge as indicated on the equipment sheet inside the toolkit.
Ready to Schedule?

For more information, please fill out the form below, or contact us at: info@nvew.org, or (530) 892-9600.

Ready to Schedule?

For more information, please fill out the form below, or contact us at: info@nvew.org, or (530) 892-9600.

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