CEC is California’s new emission standards for electrical efficiency.
What is cec 2019 ready?
The CEC also notes that the amount of rooftop solar should “not substantially exceed the home’s electricity use” since the excess sold back into the grid is worth substantially less than that consumed on premise. The CEC goes on to state in its release that, It is ideal to generate the electricity and have it used onsite versus exporting it to the grid at a time it may not be needed…. Looking beyond the 2019 standards, the most important energy characteristic for a building will be that it produces and consumes energy at times that are appropriate and responds to the needs of the grid, which reduces the building’s emissions.
In other words, it may be time to start thinking about a battery. The CEC indicates that approximately 15,000 new Californian homes currently include rooftop solar. With the new standards in place, in two years, that number could jump almost seven-fold to about 100,000 residences.
The Solar Energy Industries Association estimates that will result in 200 megawatts (MW) of additional solar in the state.
cec 2019 ready – FAQs
1. What is AC back in BIOS?
There is an AC Back option in Power Management of BIOS. Set it to “Full-On” means the computer will turn on when power is available. “Soft-Off” means the computer won’t turn on even if the power is available.
2. What is GB Platform power management?
Platform Power Management: Enables or disables the Active State Power Management function (ASPM). • PEG ASPM: Allows you to configure the ASPM mode for the device connected to the CPU PEG bus. • PCH ASPM: Allows you to configure the ASPM mode for the device connected to Chipset’s PCI Express bus.
3. What is BIOS power loading?
GIGABYTE added the BIOS feature “Power Loading” in Power Management settings which enables the dummy load to prevent the self-protection from triggering shutdown when the power supply is at low load.
4. Should I turn off link state Power Management?
Should I turn off Link State Power Management? It depends on your need. If always use your computer plugged in, then there you should disable the feature to get the maximum latency. However, to save battery, you should not disable it.
5. What is BIOS fastboot?
Fast Boot is a feature in BIOS that reduces your computer boot time. If Fast Boot is enabled: Boot from Network, Optical, and Removable Devices are disabled. Video and USB devices (keyboard, mouse, drives) won’t be available until the operating system loads.