Energy Code Ace Offers No-Cost Help For Complying With New Pool Pump Regulations

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Energy Code Ace is offering no-cost help for complying with new regulations impacting the pool pump and replacement pool pump motor market.

The variety of new California Title 20 appliance efficiency regulations and U.S. DOE appliance standards can make compliance seem challenging. Fortunately, help is available at no charge. Applicable tools, training and resources are now available on

Detailed fact sheets explaining the upcoming U.S. DOE Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pumps (DPPP) and Title 20 Replacement Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Motors (RDPPPM) regulations are available for download.

Online on-demand training on pool pump motors may be taken at convenience. This video series consists of three modules that discuss applicable regulations, energy savings benefits, technical components and more.

Additional Energy Code Ace Title 20 offerings include on-demand training for manufacturers detailing how to submit products to California’s Modernized Appliance Efficiency Database System (MAEDbS), and on-demand training for retailers, distributors, contractors and importers showing how to navigate the MAEDbS to verify that products meet Title 20 and U.S. DOE requirements.

The Title 20 Reference Ace allows easy navigation of the code using hyperlinks and a search function.

Creating an Energy Code Ace account allows people to stay up-to-date on all Energy Code Ace offerings and Title 20 news with targeted emails. Subject matter experts can be contacted directly at [email protected] for further assistance.

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