Get Involved and Offer Input for California Title 24 Revisions

Last month we wrote about how California’s proposed regulations aimed at saving energy and water while maintaining crop quality and production volume for crops grown in non-stacked and stacked indoor farms could affect essentially all cannabis cultivators.

As noted before, the California Statewide Utility Codes and Standards (CASE) Team wants your input to better understand controlled environment horticultural (CEH) facilities.

Plan to Attend Stakeholder Meetings

Don’t miss your chance to learn about the latest proposals and provide feedback!

Attend the Utility-Sponsored Stakeholder Meeting on April 16, 2020 from 8:30–11:30 am PST.

To register, visit https://title24stakeholders.com/events.

Offer Input for the Research Survey

Make your voice heard, whether you grow outdoors, indoors, or in a greenhouse!

If you give the CASE team your feedback, you have an opportunity to inform standard practice baseline that will be used to set minimum efficiency standards, and help California code writers learn from a greater sample of data to lead to a more accurate reflection of actual grower practices and equipment. 

The results will be used to inform the 2022 Title 24, Part 6  Codes and Standards Enhancement process for CEH facilities. 

The survey should take 10-15 minutes to complete. If you are interested, please provide your phone number or e-mail to Kyle Booth directly at kbooth@energy-solution.com. The CASE Team would prefer phone interviews, but there is an online survey option if you are more comfortable with an online survey. 

Please complete the survey before March 20, 2020. 

For more information about the California CASE Team and their role in this process, go to https://title24stakeholders.com/measures/cycle-2022/controlled-environment-horticulture/

This program is funded by California utility customers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.