Wednesday, November 11, 2009

NFRC Offers two Free Webinars on CMA, Title 24

The California Energy Commission (CEC) has approved the use of a new method called NFRC ‘Component Modeling Approach’ or ‘CMA’ in its 2008 update to Title 24.

This new provision generates more precise performance ratings for nonresidential site-built fenestration, providing a better alternative to the current CEC Default Tables.

How does this effect you? CMA provides the following benefits:

  • Model envelope/fenestration products to maximize energy efficiency
  • Obtain credit for high performance fenestration products in energy compliance
  • Compare energy performance of fenestration components and products
  • Eliminate the requirement for lab-testing of site-built fenestration products
Create label certificates from a virtual library of existing fenestration products

Want to Learn More? Join us on one of the following dates:

December 3rd, 2009

January 28th, 2010

This Webinar will qualify for 2 Nonresidential Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) from CABEC (California Association of Building Energy Consultants)

Register at:
Contact: Mudit Saxena or Sophia Hartkopf at HMG, 916-962-7001.

NFRC CMA website: