map Local Energy Codes that Exceed Title 24 - Some cities have elected to have more stringent requirements for CALGreen (Title 24, Part 11) and the Energy Code (Title […]
solar technician Renewables in 2016 (Current) and 2019 Nonresidential / High-rise Residential Energy Standard - When it comes to renewables for nonresidential buildings (i.e. commercial, education, office), high-rise residential multifamily (4 habitable stories or higher), […]
Gabel Energy Team Gabel Energy Family Photo! - Back in December, all of the current folks at Gabel Energy got to celebrate the holidays with Mike Gabel, the […]
grid Renewable Energy and California’s Building Energy Efficiency Standards - Renewable energy has always been a point of discussion with you, our clients. Many of you have told us that […]
solar panels Renewables in the 2016 (Current) Low-rise Residential Standards - Solar PV and Water Heating Photovoltaics (PV) and solar water heating systems are items we encounter occasionally in our residential […]
building standards New Emphasis on Solar PV and Electric Demand Flexibility in 2019 - The 2019 Title 24 Building Energy Efficiency Standards have been approved by the California Energy Commission, and those standards will […] Energy Sage - This site has everything under the sun to support PV and battery storage for residential buildings.  Typical costs and sizes of systems, ability to reach out to installers in your area, and a great list of FAQ’s.  This was developed by the Department of Energy (DOE). -Gina