Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program (AB 1103)
Order Instituting Rulemaking
Docket # 09-AB1103-01 - Pre-Rulemaking Proceeding
12-AB1103-01 - Rulemaking Proceeding
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Assembly Bill 1103 (Saldana, 2007) allows the Energy Commission to implement the requirements of Assembly Bill 1103 in stages.
Assembly Bill 531 (Saldana, 2009) supersedes Assembly Bill 1103 and clarifies the Energy Commission's authority to set a schedule of compliance.
Regulations implementing Assembly Bills 1103 and 531 were adopted by the Commission in the business meeting on December 12, 2012. The schedule of compliance was set forth in Section 1682 of the regulations:
Initial compliance will be required on January 1, 2014.
July 22, 2014 - Notice of Consideration and Possible Adoption of Emergency Regulations to Amend Nonresidential Energy Use Disclosure Program Compliance Schedule in 20 California Code of Regulations Section 1682(c), and Finding of Emergency Pursuant to Government Code Section 11346.1
July 2, 2014
Staff Workshop Order Instituting an Informational Proceeding
Comments (PDF files)
Presentations (PDF files)
December 12, 2013 AB 1103 Webinar
- Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program (Posted 11-22-2013)
- Frequently Asked Questions - Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program
- Updated Final Regulations (Updated October 2013)
- Nonresidential Building Use Disclosure Program Regulations with Section 100 Changes
- Additional Notice of Postponement of Enforcement
- Notice of Postponement of Enforcement
Does my building need a Disclosure Report?
If you answer YES to ALL of the following questions, then you must generate a disclosure report.
Is the entire nonresidential building being offered for sale or lease or subject to new financing (Section 1683)?
Based on the current date, is the gross square footage of the nonresidential building greater than the following limits (Section 1682)?
i. On or after July 1, 2013 50,000 square feet.
ii. On or after January 1, 2014 10,000 square feet.
iii. On or after July 1, 2014 Equal to or greater than 5,000 square feet.
Note that nonresidential buildings less than 5,000 square feet are not required to comply with these regulations.
Is the nonresidential building one of the following types (Section 1681[i])? The building occupancy permit lists the building occupancy type. These occupancy types are defined in the California Building Code, Title 24, Section 302 (2007).
i. Assembly (A)
ii. Business (B)
iii. Education (E)
iv. Institutional - Assisted Living (I-1, R-1)
v. Institutional - Nonambulatory (I-2)
vi. Mercantile (M)
vii. Residential - Transient (R-1) (for example, a hotel)
viii. Storage (S)
ix. Utility - Parking Garage (U)
See Frequently Asked Questions - Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program for more information.
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