AB 1088 (Eggman) Multifamily residential housing: energy programs.
Would require the Energy Commission to set statewide performance-based goals to reduce energy consumption, source energy demand, and emissions of greenhouse gases from the multifamily residential properties, taking into consideration the state’s requirements for reducing emissions of greenhouse gases and the climate equity, doubling of energy efficiency, and increased use of renewable energy resources requirements set forth in the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015. The bill would require the Energy Commission, by July 15, 2019, in consultation with relevant state agencies and the public, to adopt regulations to set the performance-based goals.
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|Last Updated:||April 13, 2017|