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Single Family Electrification Considerations and Requirements under the 2022 Energy Code
Speaker: Gina Rodda | Principal/Owner of Gabel Associates, LLC

With the 2022 Energy Code going into effect January 1, 2023, California is moving closer to meeting goals for carbon reduction, grid harmonization and energy efficiency. Electrification, photovoltaics, and ever-increasing building efficiency measures are all tools utilized to help single-family construction achieve these goals.
During this session, we will review the electrification measures of the Energy Code and explore appliance choices, such as space heating, water heating, cooktops and clothes dryers, that can meet those measures taking into consideration installation criteria, cost, and fuel source; explore when the photovoltaics (PV) minimum requirements apply and how PV sizing should take into consideration these additional electric appliances and other electric loads of the home; discuss how battery storage allows the homeowner to store electric production from the PV system to utilize during peak use conditions and the Energy Code requirements when battery storage is not installed at time of construction. There is a lot of great information out there supporting electrification, and we take a look at some of Energy Code Ace’s favorites.

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More information and additional resources can be found here: https://aiacalifornia.org/

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Sep 29, 2022 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Gina Rodda
Principal/Owner @Gabel Associates, LLC
Gina Rodda is currently the Principal/Owner of Gabel Associates, LLC in Castro Valley, California, and has been in the energy modeling field since 1991. Gina is the instructor of several dozen full day Energy Code Ace trainings on the Residential and Nonresidential Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Efficiency Standards for building department staff, energy consultants, engineers, and architects. She is also a Certified Energy Analyst (CEA), LEED Accredited Professional (AP) and Title 24 energy analyst performing a wide range of responsibilities in both residential and nonresidential construction pertaining to compliance standards and energy modeling and is a respected subject matter expert informing the statewide code development process.