Did you know: Non-Res Lighting Controls Acceptance Test Technicians Require Certification?
Effective July 1, 2014, the non-residential Energy Codes (Title 24, Parts 1 and 6) require lighting controls and devices be certified as properly installed and operational prior to issuance of occupancy permits. This is to be done by a certified Lighting Control Acceptance Test Technician.
- All Acceptance Technicians must be employed by an Acceptance Test Employer that provides support as well as quality control.
- There are two providers approved by the CEC to provide training and certification for Test Technicians and for Test Employers.
- Find out more at the California Energy Commission’s special web page regarding Acceptance Test Technicians
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