California Multifamily New Homes

Located in PG&E Service Territory
To be eligible for program incentives, homes must receive gas and/or electric service from Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). If your home is outside of PG&E’s service territory, contact us to find the best program for you.
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Advanced Energy Performance
Developers work with Title 24 consultants to model homes in comparison to the 2016 Title 24, which took effect in January 2017. Participants may not begin construction until receiving authorization from the Program.
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Verified Energy Savings
Developers work with HERS Raters who visit homes to verify energy specifications and conduct energy performance tests.
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News Tips and Training

Testing the 2019 Code Software
Testing the 2019 Code Software
October 1, 2018
The 2019-Code goes into effect January 1, 2020 -  just around the corner considering construction timelines. CMFNH and CABEC strongly encourage all energy consultants to test out the 2019-Co
2019 Code Energy Design Rating Fact Sheet
2019 Code Energy Design Rating Fact Sheet
October 1, 2018
The 2019 residential energy code (2019-Code) will use a new energy efficiency metric to gauge code compliance: the Energy Design Rating (EDR) will replace compliance percent for low-rise mul...
Three reasons California multifamily builders want to incorporate HPW before 2020
Three reasons California multifamily builders want to incorporate HPW before 2020
September 12, 2018
California’s current energy code, Title 24, establishes construction of high performance walls (HPW) as the base model in all new low-rise multifamily buildings. Many builders elect to build