Energy Code Standards
Toggled iQ complies with national energy code standards and qualifies for available utility rebates.
Established energy codes drive the commercial building specification process. Most states employing commercial building energy codes base their energy standards from either ANSI/ASHRAE/IES 90.1 (produced by ASHRAE) or IES and the International Energy Conservation Codes (IECC – produced by the International Code Council).
An important component to optimizing project ROI is the ability to qualify for commercial building lighting and Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) rebate programs. Most utility sponsored programs require qualifying items to meet the energy standards as outlined within their jurisdictions (federal, state, city, etc.).
|Energy Code Standards||Toggled iQ Qualified|
|Title 24, part 6|
|DesignLights Consortium® (NLC) (QPL)|
|National Electrical Code|
(July 2021) The Department of Energy (DOE) ruled that by July 28, 2023, all states must adopt a commercial building energy code at least as strict as the 2019 version of ANSI/ASHRAE/IES 90.1 Energy Standard for Buildings standard or justify why they cannot comply
The International Energy Conservation Code® (IECC®) establishes minimum requirements for energy-efficient buildings, including heating and ventilating, lighting, water heating, and power usage for appliances and building systems.
Title 24. Part 6 (California)
Some states go even further and have implemented additional energy code policies such as Title 24, part 6. California’s energy code is designed to reduce wasteful and unnecessary energy consumption in newly constructed and existing buildings.
DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) Qualified Products List (QPL)
DLC created this program to ensure qualifying building technologies are designed to be universal and operate seamlessly to achieve real energy savings when installing Networked Lighting Controls (NLC). Its rigorous requirements for listing empower architects and designers to tap into energy efficiency incentives when they design, build, and update commercial structures. The Toggled iQ system is registered.