NEWPORT BEACH, CA—The 2013 California Energy Code, Part 6, Title 24, goes into effect July 1. The code impacts property owners and developers in a variety of ways. spoke with Michael Valentine, EVP of construction management for RiverRock Real Estate Group here, about the code and how owners and developers can best comply with it. For more information on compliance, click here. For RiverRock’s white paper on lighting, click here. For a brochure on quick solutions for Title 24, click here. What are the most important building features that need to be addressed with Title 24?

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