Thursday, March, 30 | 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session: D3: Distributed Energy, Microgrids and Energy Storage | Track D: Resiliency and Reliability- Adapting to Climate Trends

Zach Einterz

Stem | Director of Product Marketing

Presentation Title:

Navigating the Commercial Solar & Storage Requirements of California's Title 24


California Title 24’s Energy Code requires all new commercial and mixed use developments to install a minimum required amount of solar and battery storage based on Climate Zone and conditioned floor area.
Stem is a leading provider of solar and energy storage optimization solutions in California and across North America. In this session, join our experts to learn about:
1. A brief overview of Title 24 requirements for solar and storage
2. How to design a solar plus storage project to meet Energy Code requirements, maximize energy savings, and reduce GHG emissions.
3. Procurement, deployment, and maintenance of solar and storage
4. Federal and state incentives for deploying solar plus storage
5. Best practices to make solar and storage projects successful for new construction in California


As Stem's Director of Product Marketing, Zach leads Stem’s efforts focused primarily on behind-the-meter (BTM) energy storage offerings. He has 10+ years of experience in clean and distributed energy resources. Zach is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the Yale School of Management.

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