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REQUIRED COMPLIANCE FORMS IN COLORADO

Discussion in 'Commercial Energy Codes' started by John shane, May 11, 2020.

  1. John shane

    John shane Registered User

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    Hi I am a mech designer and Want to ask if there is such thing as title 24 forms counter part for colorado whic are for the energy compliance. Thanks!
     
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    fatboy Administrator

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    Never heard of said form, Colorado does not have a State Code, so you would need to check with the AHJ that you were designing in.
     
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    not sure if this is what you are looking for




    State Law Sets New Building Energy Code Requirements


    Colorado House Bill 19-1260 updated the 2007 state law that established a minimum building energy code. Effective August 2, 2019, the law requires local jurisdictions in Colorado to adopt and enforce one of the three most recent versions of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) upon updating any other building code. Jurisdictions do not need to modify their timeline for adopting new building codes; they simply need to adopt one of the three most recent versions of the energy code at the same time they adopt or update other building codes, if they have them.


    https://energyoffice.colorado.gov/building-energy-codes
     
  5. Enri Code

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    A good place to go to find out which building energy codes or standards are adopted by which states would be the Department of Energy website.
    https://www.energy.gov/

    Here's the one for Colorado:
    https://www.energycodes.gov/adoption/states/colorado

    It looks like there is no direct California Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24) counterpart for Colorado. It does show what applies for Colorado.
     

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