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Today 8-1-05 is the first day that the 2004 California Code (which is actually the 2002 NEC) is effective.

Yesterday, we were on the 1999 NEC.

Maybe they were still worried about Y2K

New Energy Codes are part of the Cal Elec Code, and man oh man........

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Don't celebrate too much, we're still on the '97 Building Code


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I thought this was early compliance for October?


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There's no cause for celebration. We've probably got the most sluggish State in the Country. It's more a cause for embarrassment. [Linked Image]


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