Key changes in the 2016 update of Californiarsquos Title 24 energy standard include new performance parameters related to lighting quality a color rendering index CRI of 90 or better and correlated color temperature of 4000K or lower

Key changes in the 2016 update of California’s Title 24 energy standard include new performance parameters related to lighting quality, a color rendering index (CRI) of 90 or better, and correlated color temperature of 4,000K or lower.

California Code: The impact of Title 24

California’s Title 24 building energy code is changing the game in lighting and controls in the Golden State and beyond.

Electrical distributors and manufacturers’ reps all across the land should be keeping an eye on California’s building energy code. Distributors and reps in California are naturally well aware of them, because they spend their days dealing with the code’s many requirements for new construction and major renovations. But the state’s Title 24 Building Energy Efficiency Standards, generally known as Title 24, are moving the needle on product development and sales of lighti

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