The California master building code, set to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2014, includes a few changes that could push automated, open-standards-based demand response into the mass market. At least, that’s the hope of the OpenADR Alliance. The Alliance announced recently that OpenADR now officially “enables compliance” with the new Title 24code when it comes to building management, lighting control and other building systems.
New California building code expected to boost energy demand response technology
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