Notice of Availability
New Solar Homes Partnership Guidebook
[CEC-300-2006-017-CMF/Docket No. 06-NSHP-1]
The New Solar Homes Partnership (NSHP) is part of a comprehensive statewide solar program known as the California Solar Initiative (CSI). The NSHP will implement the Energy Commission's portion of the CSI and provides financial incentives to encourage the installation of eligible solar energy systems on new residential construction. The Energy Commission will work with builders and developers to incorporate high levels of energy efficiency and high-performing solar systems to help create a self-sustaining solar market where home buyers demand energy efficient, solar homes. The NSHP seeks to achieve 400 megawatts of installed solar electric capacity in California by the end of 2016.
This Guidebook, adopted by the Energy Commission in its regularly scheduled Business Meeting of December 13, 2006, describes the requirements to receive incentives under the NSHP.
How to Obtain a Copy of the Guidebook
The New Solar Homes Partnership Guidebook is available free from the Energy Commission's website at:
A print copy is available for $5.00. Please send request and check or money order made out to the California Energy Commission to:
California Energy Commission
Re: New Solar Homes Partnership Guidebook
[Publication No. CEC-300-2006-017-CMF]
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5504
Please call Publications Unit at (916) 654-5200 with any questions about obtaining a copy of the Guidebook.
If you have technical questions regarding the subject matter of this notice or Guidebook, please contact Payam Narvand, NSHP Program Lead, at (916) 654-4017 or by e-mail at Pnarvand@energy.state.ca.us.
For inquires regarding the mail list, please call the Project Secretary, Janet Preis, at (916) 654-4524.
News media should direct inquiries to Claudia Chandler, Assistant Executive Director, at (916) 654-4989, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Date Posted: December 22, 2006.
Mail Lists: 5505
Note: California Energy Commission's formal name is State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission.