Amendments for HB22-1362

House Journal, April 18
18 HB22-1362 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
19 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
20 recommendation:
21
22 Amend printed bill page 3, strike lines 16 and 17.
23
24 Page 4, strike lines 1 through 13 and substitute:
25
26 "(b) (I) "EV CAPABLE" MEANS A PARKING SPACE THAT:
27 (A) HAS THE ELECTRICAL PANEL CAPACITY AND CONDUIT
28 INSTALLED TO SUPPORT FUTURE IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTRICAL
29 VEHICLE CHARGING WITH A MINIMUM OF TWO HUNDRED EIGHT VOLTS AND
30 A MINIMUM OF FORTY-AMPERE RATED CIRCUITS; AND
31 (B) IS ADJACENT TO THE TERMINAL POINT OF THE CONDUIT FROM
32 THE ELECTRICAL FACILITIES DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION (1)(b)(I)(A) OF
33 THIS SECTION.
34 (II) "EV CAPABLE" INCLUDES TWO ADJACENT PARKING SPACES IF
35 THE CONDUIT FOR THE ELECTRICAL FACILITIES DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION
36 (1)(b)(I)(A) OF THIS SECTION TERMINATES ADJACENT TO AND BETWEEN
37 BOTH PARKING SPACES.
38 (c) (I) "EV READY" MEANS A PARKING SPACE THAT:
39 (A) HAS THE ELECTRICAL PANEL CAPACITY, RACEWAY WIRING,
40 RECEPTACLE, AND CIRCUIT OVERPROTECTION DEVICES INSTALLED TO
41 SUPPORT FUTURE IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTRICAL VEHICLE CHARGING
42 WITH A MINIMUM OF TWO HUNDRED EIGHT VOLTS AND A MINIMUM OF
43 FORTY-AMPERE RATED CIRCUITS; AND
44 (B) IS ADJACENT TO THE RECEPTACLE FOR THE ELECTRICAL
45 FACILITIES DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTION (1)(c)(I)(A) OF THIS SECTION.
46 (II) "EV READY" INCLUDES TWO ADJACENT PARKING SPACES IF
47 THE RECEPTACLE FOR THE ELECTRICAL FACILITIES DESCRIBED IN
48 SUBSECTION (1)(c)(I)(A) OF THIS SECTION IS INSTALLED ADJACENT TO
49 AND BETWEEN BOTH PARKING SPACES.
50
51 (d) "EV SUPPLY EQUIPMENT" MEANS:
52 (I) AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING SYSTEM AS DEFINED IN
2 53 SECTION 38-12-601 (6)(a) THAT HAS POWER CAPACITY OF AT LEAST 6.
54 KILOWATTS; OR
55
1 (II) AN INDUCTIVE RESIDENTIAL CHARGING SYSTEM FOR
2 BATTERY-POWERED ELECTRIC VEHICLES THAT:
3 (A) IS CERTIFIED BY UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES OR AN
4 EQUIVALENT CERTIFICATION;
5 (B) COMPLIES WITH THE CURRENT VERSION OF ARTICLE 625 OF
6 THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL FIRE
7 PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, AND OTHER APPLICABLE INDUSTRY
8 STANDARDS; AND
9 (C) IS ENERGY STAR CERTIFIED.".
10
11 Page 4, line 15, strike "COUNCIL." and substitute "COUNCIL, OR
12 SUBSEQUENT CODE OR ENTITY.".
13
14 Page 5, line 8, strike "AUDITOR," and substitute "ARCHITECT,".
15
16 Page 5, line 25, strike "ELECTRIC VEHICLE CAPABLE" and substitute "EV
17 READY".
18
19 Page 6, line 1, strike "ELECTRIC VEHICLE CAPABLE," and substitute "EV
20 READY,".
21
22 Page 6, line 2, strike "ELECTRIC VEHICLE SUPPLY EQUIPMENT" and
23 substitute "EV SUPPLY EQUIPMENT".
24
25 Page 6, line 6, strike "REQUIREMENTS" and substitute "ELECTRIC READY
26 REQUIREMENTS".
27
28 Page 7, line 24, after "STANDARDS." insert "REPLACEMENT OF THESE
29 SYSTEMS MAY NOT REQUIRE PRE-WIRING FOR EFFICIENT ELECTRIC HEAT
30 PUMPS.".
31
32 Page 10, line 22, strike "LOWER" and substitute "LOW".
33
34 Page 12, strike line 15.
35
36 Page 12, strike line 18 and substitute:
37 "EQUIPMENT; AND
38 (c) IN THE CASE OF ELIGIBLE ENTITIES FROM LOW-INCOME,
39 DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTED COMMUNITIES, OR JUST TRANSITION
40 COMMUNITIES AS THOSE COMMUNITIES ARE IDENTIFIED BY THE
41 COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE, TO COVER THE ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
42 ASSOCIATED WITH THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION DESCRIBED IN
43 SUBSECTIONS (3)(a) AND (3)(b) OF THIS SECTION.".
44
45 Page 12, line 25, after "OFFICE" insert "MAY DEVELOP POLICIES AND
46 PROCEDURES PRIORITIZING THE GRANT APPLICATIONS OF ELIGIBLE
47 ENTITIES FROM LOW-INCOME, DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTED
48 COMMUNITIES, OR JUST TRANSITION COMMUNITIES AS THOSE
49 COMMUNITIES ARE IDENTIFIED BY THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE AND
50 THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE".
51
52 Page 12, lines 25 and 26, strike "A QUARTER" and substitute "THIRTY
53 PERCENT".
54
55
1 Page 13, strike lines 1 through 3 and substitute "GRANT PROGRAM TO
2 SUCH ELIGIBLE ENTITIES.".
3
4 Page 13, line 4, strike "(7)" and substitute "(7) (a)".
5
6 Page 13, after line 7 insert:
7
8 "(b) THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE SHALL PROVIDE TECHNICAL
9 ASSISTANCE IN APPLYING FOR GRANTS THROUGH THE BUILDING
10 ELECTRIFICATION FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS GRANT PROGRAM AS NEEDED TO
11 ELIGIBLE ENTITIES FROM LOW-INCOME, DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTED
12 COMMUNITIES, OR JUST TRANSITION COMMUNITIES AS THOSE
13 COMMUNITIES ARE IDENTIFIED BY THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE.".
14
15 Page 14, line 25, after "ORGANIZATIONS," insert "BUSINESSES AND OTHER
16 ENTITIES AS DETERMINED BY THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE,".
17
18 Page 15, line 7 strike "AND".
19
20 Page 15, strike line 10 and substitute:
21 "EQUIPMENT; AND
22 (c) IN THE CASE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, ELECTRIC AND GAS
23 UTILITIES, NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, BUSINESSES AND OTHER ENTITIES
24 AS DETERMINED BY THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE, OR HOUSING
25 DEVELOPERS THAT OPERATE IN LOW-INCOME, DISPROPORTIONATELY
26 IMPACTED COMMUNITIES, OR JUST TRANSITION COMMUNITIES AS THOSE
27 COMMUNITIES ARE IDENTIFIED BY THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE, TO
28 COVER THE ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PURCHASE
29 AND INSTALLATION DESCRIBED IN SUBSECTIONS (3)(a) AND (3)(b) OF THIS
30 SECTION.".
31
32 Page 15, line 17, after "OFFICE" insert "MAY DEVELOP POLICIES AND
33 PROCEDURES PRIORITIZING THE GRANT APPLICATIONS OF LOCAL
34 GOVERNMENTS, ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES, NONPROFIT
35 ORGANIZATIONS, BUSINESSES AND OTHER ENTITIES AS DETERMINED BY
36 THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE, OR HOUSING DEVELOPERS THAT OPERATE
37 IN LOW-INCOME, DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTED COMMUNITIES, OR JUST
38 TRANSITION COMMUNITIES AS THOSE COMMUNITIES ARE IDENTIFIED BY
39 THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE AND THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE".
40
41 Page 15, lines 17 and 18, strike "A QUARTER" and substitute "THIRTY
42 PERCENT".
43
44 Page 15, strike lines 20 through 24 and substitute "GRANT PROGRAM TO
45 SUCH LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES, NONPROFIT
46 ORGANIZATIONS, BUSINESSES AND OTHER ENTITIES AS DETERMINED BY
47 THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE, OR HOUSING DEVELOPERS.".
48
49 Page 15, line 25, strike "(7)" and substitute "(7) (a)".
50
51 Page 15, line 26, after "ORGANIZATION," insert "BUSINESS AND OTHER
52 ENTITY AS DETERMINED BY THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE,".
53
54 Page 16, after line 2 insert:
55
1 "(b) THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE SHALL PROVIDE TECHNICAL
2 ASSISTANCE IN APPLYING FOR GRANTS THROUGH THE BUILDING
3 ELECTRIFICATION FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS GRANT PROGRAM AS NEEDED TO
4 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES, NONPROFIT
5 ORGANIZATIONS, BUSINESSES AND OTHER ENTITIES AS DETERMINED BY
6 THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE, OR HOUSING DEVELOPERS THAT OPERATE
7 IN LOW-INCOME, DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTED COMMUNITIES, OR JUST
8 TRANSITION COMMUNITIES AS THOSE COMMUNITIES ARE IDENTIFIED BY
9 THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE.".
10
11 Page 22, line 18, strike "STRUCTURES; MANUFACTURED HOMES;" and
12 substitute "STRUCTURES".
13
14 Page 22, line 27, strike "STRUCTURES; MANUFACTURED HOMES;" and
15 substitute "STRUCTURES".
16
17 Page 25, line 6, strike "24-33.5-113 (3)" and substitute "24-38.5-113 (3)".
18
122 19 Page 25, strike lines 8 and 9 and substitute "22-32-124 (2), 23-71-
20 (1)(v), AND 24-33.5-1212.5.".
21
22 Page 27, line 18, after "COMMISSIONERS" insert "THAT HAS ADOPTED AND
23 ENFORCED ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES, OR THAT ADOPTS AND
24 ENFORCES ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES AFTER JULY 1, 2022,".
25
26 Page 30, line 13, before "ADOPTS" insert "THAT".
27
28 Page 30, line 18, after "MUNICIPALITY" insert "THAT HAS ADOPTED AND
29 ENFORCED ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES, OR THAT ADOPTS AND
30 ENFORCES ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES AFTER JULY 1, 2022,".
31
32 Strike "ELECTRIC AND SOLAR READY" and substitute "ELECTRIC READY
33 AND SOLAR READY" on: Page 5, lines 12, 16, and 18; Page 6, line 21;
34 Page 9, lines 16 and 17 and 24; Page 10, line 14 and lines 21 and 22;
35 Page 11, line 6; Page 19, line 25; Page 22, line 15; Page 24, line 24;
36 Page 27, lines 22 and 23; and Page 30, lines 22 and 23.
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38

House Journal, April 29
17 Amendment No. 1, Energy & Environment Report, dated April 14, 2022,
18 and placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
19 April 18, 2022.
20
21 As amended, ordered engrossed and placed on the Calendar for Third
22 Reading and Final Passage.

House Journal, April 29
1 Amendment No. 1, Energy & Environment Report, dated April 14, 2022,
2 and placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
3 April 18, 2022.
4
5 Amendment No. 2, by Representative A. Valdez.
6
7 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
8 2022, page 2, after line 27 insert:
9
10 "Page 8, after line 10 insert:
11 "(5) (a) THE DIRECTOR OF THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE SHALL
12 APPOINT AND CONVENE AN ENERGY CODE ADVISORY BOARD.
13 (b) NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 1, 2022, THE ENERGY CODE
14 ADVISORY BOARD SHALL IDENTIFY A MODEL ELECTRIC READY AND SOLAR
15 READY CODE FOR ADOPTION BY COUNTIES, MUNICIPALITIES, AND STATE
16 AGENCIES.
17 (c) NO LATER THAN JUNE 30, 2023, THE ENERGY CODE ADVISORY
18 BOARD SHALL IDENTIFY A MODEL LOW ENERGY AND LOW CARBON CODE
19 FOR ADOPTION BY COUNTIES, MUNICIPALITIES, AND STATE AGENCIES.
20 (d) IN ORDER FOR THE ENERGY CODE ADVISORY BOARD TO
21 IDENTIFY AN ENERGY CODE PURSUANT TO EITHER SUBSECTION (5)(b) OR
22 (5)(c) OF THIS SECTION, THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS AND THE
23 COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE MUST FIRST VERIFY THAT THE ENERGY CODES
24 IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION COMPLY WITH THE STATUTORY INTENT OF
25 HOUSE BILL 22-1362.
26 (d) (I) THE ADVISORY BOARD SHALL SUNSET SEPTEMBER 1, 2027.
27 (II) PRIOR TO THE REPEAL OF THIS SECTION, THE DEPARTMENT OF
28 REGULATORY AGENCIES SHALL CONDUCT A SUNSET REVIEW AS DESCRIBED
29 IN SECTION 24-34-104 (5).".
30
31 Renumber succeeding subsections accordingly.
32
33 Page 5, after line 10 insert:
34
35 "Page 32, after line 17:
36 SECTION 13. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-34-104, add
37 (28)(a)(VII) as follows:
38 24-34-104. General assembly review of regulatory agencies
39 and functions for repeal, continuation, or reestablishment - legislative
40 declaration - repeal. (28) (a) The following agencies, functions, or both,
41 are scheduled for repeal on September 1, 2027:
42 (VII) THE ENERGY CODE ADVISORY BOARD CREATED PURSUANT TO
43 SECTION 24-38.5-113 (5);".
44
45 Renumbering succeeding sections accordingly.".
46
47 Amendment No. 3, by Representative A. Valdez.
48
49 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
50 2022, page 5, strike lines 2 through 6 and substitute:
51
52 "Page 27, strike lines 18 through 27 and substitute:
53
54
1 "(3.5) (a) A BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THAT HAS
2 ADOPTED AND ENFORCED ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES, AND THAT
3 UPDATES ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES ON OR AFTER JULY 1, 2023, AND
4 BEFORE JULY 1, 2026, SHALL ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT
2021 5 ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN THE
6 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE AND THE MODEL ELECTRIC
7 READY AND SOLAR READY CODE LANGUAGE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY
113 8 THE ENERGY CODE ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-
9 (5)(b), AT THE SAME TIME OTHER BUILDING CODES ARE UPDATED.
10 (b) A BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS THAT HAS ADOPTED AND
11 ENFORCED ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES, AND THAT UPDATES ONE OR
12 MORE BUILDING CODES ON OR AFTER JULY 1, 2026, SHALL ADOPT AND
13 BEGIN ENFORCING AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR
14 BETTER ENERGY AND CARBON EMISSIONS PERFORMANCE THAN THE MODEL
15 LOW ENERGY AND CARBON CODE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE
113 16 ENERGY CODE ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-
17 (5)(c), AT THE SAME TIME OTHER BUILDING CODES ARE UPDATED.
18 (c) WHEN ADOPTING OR UPDATING A BUILDING CODE PRIOR TO
19 JULY 1, 2023, A BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SHALL ADOPT AND
20 ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER
21 ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN ONE OF THE THREE MOST RECENT EDITIONS
22 OF THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE.".
23
24 Page 28, strike lines 1 through 9.".
25
26 Page 5 of the Committee Report, strike lines 11 through 15.
27
28 Amendment No. 4, by Representative Bernett.
29
30 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
31 2022, page 5, strike lines 7 through 10 and substitute:
32
33 "Page 30, strike lines 18 through 27 and substitute:
34
35 "(3.5) (a) THE GOVERNING BODY OF A MUNICIPALITY THAT HAS
36 ADOPTED AND ENFORCED ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES, AND THAT
37 UPDATES ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES ON OR AFTER JULY 1, 2023, AND
38 BEFORE JULY 1, 2026, SHALL ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT
2021 39 ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN THE
40 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE AND THE MODEL ELECTRIC
41 READY AND SOLAR READY CODE LANGUAGE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY
113 42 THE ENERGY CODE ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-
43 (5)(b), AT THE SAME TIME OTHER BUILDING CODES ARE UPDATED.
44 (b) THE GOVERNING BODY OF A MUNICIPALITY THAT HAS ADOPTED
45 AND ENFORCED ONE OR MORE BUILDING CODES, AND THAT UPDATES ONE
46 OR MORE BUILDING CODES ON OR AFTER JULY 1, 2026, SHALL ADOPT AND
47 BEGIN ENFORCING AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR
48 BETTER ENERGY AND CARBON EMISSIONS PERFORMANCE THAN THE MODEL
49 LOW ENERGY AND CARBON CODE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE
113 50 ENERGY CODE ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-
51 (5)(c), AT THE SAME TIME OTHER BUILDING CODES ARE UPDATED.
52 (c) WHEN ADOPTING OR UPDATING A BUILDING CODE PRIOR TO
53 JULY 1, 2023, THE GOVERNING BODY OF A MUNICIPALITY SHALL ADOPT
54 AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER
55 ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN ONE OF THE THREE MOST RECENT EDITIONS
1 OF THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE.".
2
3 Page 31, strike lines 1 through 9.".
4
5 Amendment No. 5, by Representative A. Valdez.
6
7 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
8 2022, page 4, after line 30 insert:
9
10 "Page 19, strike lines 22 through 27 and substitute:
11
12 "(ff) (I) (A) ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2025, ADOPT AND
13 ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER
14 ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN THE 2021 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY
15 CONSERVATION CODE AND THE MODEL ELECTRIC READY AND SOLAR
16 READY CODE LANGUAGE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE ENERGY CODE
17 ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-113 (5)(b). THIS
18 ENERGY CODE MUST APPLY TO ALL CONSTRUCTION BY STATE AGENCIES ON
19 STATE-OWNED PROPERTIES OR FACILITIES, OR PROPERTIES OR FACILITIES
20 THAT ARE LEASED BY THE STATE UNDER A FINANCED PURCHASE OF AN
21 ASSET OR CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT.
22 (B) ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2030, ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN
23 ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER ENERGY AND
24 CARBON EMISSIONS PERFORMANCE THAN THE MODEL LOW ENERGY AND
25 CARBON CODE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE ENERGY CODE ADVISORY
26 BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-113 (5)(c). THIS ENERGY CODE
27 MUST APPLY TO ALL CONSTRUCTION BY STATE AGENCIES ON
28 STATE-OWNED PROPERTIES OR FACILITIES, OR PROPERTIES OR FACILITIES
29 THAT ARE LEASED BY THE STATE UNDER A FINANCED PURCHASE OF AN
30 ASSET OR CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT.".
31
32 Page 20, strike lines 1 through 13.".
33
34 Amendment No. 6, by Representative Bernett.
35
36 Amend the Energy & Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
37 2022, page 4, strike lines 31 through 34 and substitute:
38
39 "Page 22 of the printed bill, strike lines 12 through 27.
40
41 Page 23 of the bill, strike lines 1 through 3 and substitute:
42
43 "(3.5) (a) (I) ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2025, THE DIVISION SHALL
44 ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR
45 BETTER ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN THE 2021 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY
46 CONSERVATION CODE AND THE MODEL ELECTRIC READY AND SOLAR
47 READY CODE LANGUAGE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE ENERGY CODE
48 ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-113 (5)(b). THIS
49 ENERGY CODE MUST APPLY TO FACTORY-BUILT STRUCTURES AND HOTELS,
50 MOTELS, AND MULTI-FAMILY STRUCTURES IN AREAS OF THE STATE WHERE
51 NO CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS FOR HOTELS, MOTELS, AND MULTI-FAMILY
52 STRUCTURES EXIST.
53
1 (II) ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2030, THE DIVISION SHALL ADOPT
2 AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER
3 ENERGY AND CARBON EMISSIONS PERFORMANCE THAN THE MODEL LOW
4 ENERGY AND CARBON CODE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE ENERGY
5 CODE ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-113 (5)(c). THIS
6 ENERGY CODE MUST APPLY TO FACTORY-BUILT STRUCTURES AND HOTELS,
7 MOTELS, AND MULTI-FAMILY STRUCTURES IN AREAS OF THE STATE WHERE
8 NO CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS FOR HOTELS, MOTELS, AND MULTI-FAMILY
9 STRUCTURES EXIST.".".
10
11 Amendment No. 7, by Representative A. Valdez.
12
13 Amend the Energy & Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
14 2022, page 5, strike line 1 and substitute:
15
16 "Page 24 of the printed bill, strike lines 21 through 27.
17
18 Page 25 of the bill, strike lines 1 through 9 and substitute:
19
20 "(x) (I) (A) ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2025, THE DIVISION SHALL
21 ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR
22 BETTER ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN THE 2021 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY
23 CONSERVATION CODE AND THE MODEL ELECTRIC READY AND SOLAR
24 READY CODE LANGUAGE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE ENERGY CODE
25 ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-113 (5)(b). THIS
26 ENERGY CODE MUST APPLY TO THE BUILDINGS DESCRIBED IN SECTIONS
27 22-32-124 (2), 23-71-122 (1)(v), AND 24-33.5-1212.5.
28 (B) ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2030, THE DIVISION SHALL ADOPT
29 AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER
30 ENERGY AND CARBON EMISSIONS PERFORMANCE THAN THE MODEL LOW
31 ENERGY AND CARBON CODE IDENTIFIED FOR ADOPTION BY THE ENERGY
32 CODE ADVISORY BOARD PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.5-113 (5)(c). THIS
33 ENERGY CODE MUST APPLY TO THE BUILDINGS DESCRIBED IN SECTIONS
34 22-32-124 (2), 23-71-122 (1)(v), 24-33.5-1212.5, 24-33.5-1213.3, AND
35 24-33.5-1213.5.".".
36
37 Amendment No. 8, by Representative Duran.
38
39 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
40 2022, page 1 of the committee report, strike line 3 and substitute:
41
42 "(b) "ELECTRIC READY" MEANS ADEQUATE PANEL CAPACITY,
43 DEDICATED ELECTRIC PANEL SPACE, ELECTRICAL WIRE, ELECTRICAL
44 RECEPTACLES, AND ADEQUATE PHYSICAL SPACE TO ACCOMMODATE
45 FUTURE INSTALLATION OF HIGH-EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
46 INCLUDING HEATING, WATER HEATING, COOKING, DRYING, AND AN
47 ELECTRIC VEHICLE.
48 (c) (I) "EV CAPABLE" MEANS A PARKING SPACE THAT:".
49
50 Page 1 of the committee report, line 9, strike "(1)(b)(I)(A)" and substitute
51 "(1)(c)(I)(A)".
52
53 Page 1 of the committee report, line 13, strike "(1)(b)(I)(A)" and
54 substitute "(1)(c)(I)(A)".
55
1 Page 1 of the committee report, line 15, strike "(c)" and substitute "(d)".
2
3 Page 1 of the committee report, line 22, strike "(1)(c)(I)(A)" and
4 substitute "(1)(d)(I)(A)".
5
6 Page 1 of the committee report, line 25, strike "(1)(c)(I)(A)" and
7 substitute "(1)(d)(I)(A)".
8
9 Page 2 of the committee report, line 1, strike "(d)" and substitute "(e)".
10
11 Page 2 of the committee report, after line 13 insert:
12
13 "Reletter succeeding paragraphs accordingly.".
14
15 Amendment No. 9, by Representative Duran.
16
17 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
18 2022, page 2, strike lines 23 and 24 and substitute :
19
20 "Page 6, line 5, strike "AND".
21
22 Page 6, strikes lines 6 through 11 and substitute:
23
24 "(IV) ELECTRIC READY REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL SINGLE-FAMILY
25 RESIDENTIAL MIXED FUEL USE BUILDINGS;
26 (V) ELECTRIC READY REQUIREMENTS FOR MULTI-FAMILY AND
27 SMALL COMMERCIAL MIXED FUEL USE BUILDINGS UNDER TEN THOUSAND
28 SQUARE FEET; AND
29 (VI) REQUIREMENTS THAT MULTI-FAMILY AND LARGE
30 COMMERCIAL MIXED FUEL USE BUILDINGS TEN THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OR
31 GREATER PROVIDE DEDICATED ELECTRIC PANEL SPACE, ELECTRICAL WIRE,
32 ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLES, AND ADEQUATE PANEL CAPACITY TO
33 ACCOMMODATE THE FUTURE INSTALLATION OF EFFICIENT, ELECTRIC
34 TECHNOLOGIES AND CHARGING FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES. THESE
35 REQUIREMENTS MUST TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF
36 PRE-WIRING FOR EFFICIENT ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT AND THE ABILITY TO
37 DETERMINE WHAT WIRING AND RECEPTACLE LOCATIONS WOULD BE
38 NEEDED.".".
39
40 Amendment No. 10, by Representative Bernett.
41
42 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
43 2022, page 2, after line 16 insert:
44
45 "Page 5, line 15, after "BUILDERS," insert "THE DIVISION OF HOUSING
46 WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS, AFFORDABLE HOUSING
47 EXPERTS,".".
48
49 Page 2 of the committee report, after line 24 insert:
50
51 "Page 6, line 25, after "BUILDERS," insert "THE DIVISION OF HOUSING
52 WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS, AFFORDABLE HOUSING
53 EXPERTS,".".
54
55 Page 2 of the committee report, after line 27 insert:
1 "Page 10, line 6, strike "TWO" and substitute "THREE".
2
3 Page 10, line 11, strike "ONE" and substitute "TWO".
4
5 Page 10, line 18, after "ASSISTANCE," insert "INCLUDING GRANT WRITING
6 ASSISTANCE,".
7
8 Page 10, line 23, after "WITH" insert "ALIGNING ENERGY CODES AND
9 WITH".".
10
11 Page 4 of the committee report, after line 30 insert:
12
13 "Page 17, line 14, strike "TWENTY-TWO" and substitute "TWENTY-ONE".
14
15 Page 17, line 20, strike "TWELVE" and substitute "ELEVEN".".
16
17 Amendment No. 11, by Representative Daugherty.
18
19 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
20 2022, page 2, after line 16 insert:
21
22 "Page 5, line 20, strike "NEW".".
23
24 Page 2 of the committee report, strike lines 25 through 27 and substitute:
25
26 "Page 7, strike lines 18 through 24 and substitute:
27
28 "(III) ALLOW PROJECTS CONSISTING OF ONLY REPLACING A SPACE
29 OR WATER HEATING SYSTEM, AT THE END OF THAT SYSTEM'S USEFUL LIFE,
30 WITH THE INSTALLATION OF A NEW SYSTEM USING THE SAME FUEL OR
31 POWER SOURCE, WITHOUT TRIGGERING PRE-WIRE REQUIREMENTS.".".
32
33 Amendment No. 12, by Representative A. Valdez.
34
35 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
36 2022, page 2, line 4, strike "KILOWATTS;" and substitute "KILOWATTS AND
37 HAS THE ABILITY TO CONNECT TO THE INTERNET;".
38
39 Page 2 of the committee report, line 12, strike "AND".
40
41 Page 2 of the committee report, strike line 13 and substitute:
42
43 "(C) IS ENERGY STAR CERTIFIED; AND
44 (D) HAS THE ABILITY TO CONNECT TO THE INTERNET.".".
45
46 Page 2 of the committee report, after line 15 insert:
47
48 "Page 5, after line 7 insert:
49
50 "(i) "SOLAR READY" MEANS ADEQUATE PANEL CAPACITY,
51 DEDICATED ELECTRICAL PANEL SPACE, ELECTRICAL CONDUIT, PHYSICAL
52 ROOF SPACE, AND STRUCTURAL LOAD TO ACCOMMODATE FUTURE
53 INSTALLATION OF SOLAR PANELS, WITH EXEMPTIONS FOR SMALL ROOFS
54 AND CONSISTENTLY SHADED ROOFS.".".
55
1 Page 2 of the committee report, line 16, after "strike" insert ""(h)" and
2 substitute "(j)" and strike".
3
4 Page 2 of the committee report, strike lines 17 through 20 and substitute:
5
6 "Page 5, strike lines 22 through 25 and substitute:
7
8 "(I) SOLAR READY REQUIREMENTS;
9 (II) EV READY AND EV CAPABLE".
10
11 Page 6, strike line 1 and substitute:
12
13 "(III) EV READY, EV CAPABLE, AND".".
14
15 Amendment No. 13, by Representative Daugherty.
16
17 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
18 2022, page 2, line 31, strike "AND".
19
20 Page 2 of the committee report, after line 31 insert:
21 "(c) THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF OTHER INNOVATIVE
22 BUILDING HEATING TECHNOLOGIES THAT THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE
23 DETERMINES WILL LIKELY ACHIEVE EQUAL OR LOWER LEVELS OF
24 GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS THAN HIGH EFFICIENCY HEAT PUMPS
25 OPERATED ON THE PROJECTED 2030 ELECTRIC GRID; AND".
26
27 Page 2 of the committee report, line 32, strike "(c)" and substitute "(d)".
28
29 Page 3 of the committee report, lines 4 and 5, strike "(3)(a) AND (3)(b)"
30 and substitute "(3)(a), (3)(b), AND (3)(c)".
31
32 Page 3 of the committee report, line 28, strike "AND".
33
34 Page 3 of the committee report, after line 28 insert:
35 "(c) THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF OTHER INNOVATIVE
36 BUILDING HEATING TECHNOLOGIES THAT THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE
37 DETERMINES WILL LIKELY ACHIEVE EQUAL OR LOWER LEVELS OF
38 GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS THAN HIGH EFFICIENCY HEAT PUMPS
39 OPERATED ON THE PROJECTED 2030 ELECTRIC GRID; AND".
40
41 Page 3 of the committee report, line 29, strike "(c)" and substitute "(d)".
42
43 Page 4 of the committee report, line 2, strike "(3)(a) AND (3)(b)" and
44 substitute "(3)(a), (3)(b), AND (3)(c)".
45
46 Page 4 of the committee report, lines 23 and 24, strike "BUILDING
47 ELECTRIFICATION FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS" and substitute
48 "HIGH-EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC HEATING AND APPLIANCES".
49
50 Page 5 of the committee report, after line 15, insert:
51
52 "Strike "(1)(e)(X.7)," and substitute "(1)(e)(X.7) OR (1)(e)(X.8)," on:
53 Page 21, line 12; Page 24, line 8; Page 26, line 6; Page 29, line 8; and
54 Page 32, line 7.".
55
1 Amendment No. 14, by Representative A. Valdez.
2
3 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
4 2022, page 2, after line 18 insert:
5
6 "Page 5, line 26, strike "INSTALLED".
7
8 Page 5, lines 26 and 27, strike "BUILDINGS WITH FOUR OR FEWER
9 DWELLING UNITS;" and substitute "BUILDINGS;".".
10
11 Page 2 of the committee report, after line 24 insert:
12
13 "Page 6, line 23, strike "SECTION." and substitute "SECTION, AND
14 MODIFIED AS THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE DEEMS APPROPRIATE.".".
15
16 Page 2 of the committee report, after line 27 insert:
17
18 "Page 8, strike lines 1 through 5 and substitute "THE COLORADO ENERGY
19 OFFICE, ANY ELECTRIC RENEWABLE ENERGY CREDITS GENERATED MAY
20 NOT BE DOUBLE COUNTED BETWEEN COMPLIANCE WITH THIS SECTION AND
108 21 REQUIREMENTS UNDER SECTION 25-7-105 (1)(e), SECTION 40-3.2-
22 (3)(b), OR ANY SIMILAR GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION REDUCTION PROGRAM
23 OR SET OF REQUIREMENTS. NOTHING IN THIS SECTION SHALL PRECLUDE A
24 UTILITY FROM ACQUIRING RENEWABLE ENERGY CREDITS FROM A BUILDING
25 OWNER THROUGH A NET-METERING AGREEMENT; AND".".
26
27 Amendment No. 15, by Representative Bernett.
28
29 Amend the Energy and Environment Committee Report, dated April 14,
30 2022, page 2, after line 24 insert:
31
32 "Page 6, after line 11 insert:
33
34 "(d) IN IDENTIFYING THE MODEL ELECTRIC READY AND SOLAR
35 READY CODE LANGUAGE FOR MULTI-FAMILY AND LARGE COMMERCIAL
36 MIXED FUEL USE FOR BUILDINGS TEN THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OR
37 GREATER, THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE SHALL:
38 (I) CONSULT WITH BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
39 EXPERTS INCLUDING ARCHITECTS, BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION TRADE
40 UNIONS, BUILDING ENGINEERS, COMMERCIAL BUILDING OWNERS,
41 COMMERCIAL DEVELOPERS, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, ELECTRICAL
42 ENGINEERS, ENERGY EFFICIENCY EXPERTS, LICENSED ELECTRICIANS,
43 LICENSED PLUMBERS, LOCAL AND STATE BUILDING OFFICIALS,
44 MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING CONTRACTORS,
45 AND MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL HOMEBUILDERS;
46 (II) DEVELOP CLEAR GUIDELINES TO BE INCLUDED IN THE MODEL
47 ENERGY READY AND SOLAR READY CODES THAT SEEK TO MINIMIZE THE
48 COSTS THAT BUILDERS, BUILDING OWNERS, AND DEVELOPERS INCUR IN
49 MEETING ELECTRIC READY AND SOLAR READY CODE LANGUAGE
50 REQUIREMENTS WHILE ALSO ENSURING THAT BUILDINGS CAN BE
51 CONVERTED TO HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC HEATING EQUIPMENT AND
52 APPLIANCES AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST TO BUILDING OWNERS. THESE
53 GUIDELINES MUST INCLUDE PROVISIONS FOR:
54
1 (A) A STANDARD METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINING HOW TO
2 CALCULATE OR MEASURE WHEN COMPLIANCE WITH THE MODEL CODES
3 REACHES A SUBSTANTIAL COST DIFFERENTIAL THAT WOULD REQUIRE A
4 WAIVER OR VARIANCE FOR SOME OR ALL OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE
5 MODEL CODE; AND
6 (B) AN EVIDENCE-BASED, UNIFORM WAIVER OR VARIANCE
7 PROCESS TO ALLOW A BUILDER, DEVELOPER, OR BUILDING OWNER TO
8 REQUEST A WAIVER WHEN IT CAN BE DEMONSTRATED WITH REASONABLE
9 EVIDENCE THAT COMPLIANCE WILL CREATE A SUBSTANTIAL COST
10 DIFFERENTIAL; AND
11 (III) AS USED IN SUBSECTION (2)(d)(II) ,"SUBSTANTIAL COST
12 DIFFERENTIAL" MEANS ONE PERCENT OR GREATER OF THE TOTAL
13 MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, OR PLUMBING CONSTRUCTION COSTS ON THE
14 PROJECT.".".
15
16 Amendment No. 16, by Representative Bacon.
17
18 Amend printed bill, page 4, after line 13 insert:
19
20 "(e) "INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY" HAS THE SAME MEANING AS
21 SET FORTH IN THE FEDERAL "AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF
22 1990", 42 U.S.C. SEC. 12101 ET SEQ., AND ITS RELATED AMENDMENTS AND
23 IMPLEMENTING REGULATIONS.".
24
25 Reletter succeeding paragraphs accordingly.
26
27 Page 8, after line 17 insert:
28 "(6) (a) ANY ENERGY CODE ADOPTED BY EITHER A LOCAL
29 GOVERNMENT OR STATE AGENCY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS SECTION
30 MUST NOT APPLY TO CONSTRUCTION OR RENOVATION THAT SERVES THE
31 PRIMARY PURPOSE OF MAKING A BUILDING ACCESSIBLE OR MORE
32 ACCESSIBLE FOR AN INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY.
33 (b) AS USED IN THIS SUBSECTION (6), "ACCESSIBLE" MEANS ABLE
34 TO BE APPROACHED, ENTERED, AND USED.".
35
36 Renumber succeeding subsections accordingly.
37
38 Page 9, line 11, strike "(6)" and substitute "(7)".
39
40 Page 10, line 2, strike "(9)(a)(I)" and substitute "(10)(a)(I)".
41
42 Page 10, line 6, strike "(9)(a)," and substitute "(10)(a),".
43
44 Page 10, line 10, strike "(9)(a)" and substitute "(10)(a)".
45
46 Page 10, line 26, strike "(9)(b)," and substitute "(10)(b),".
47
48 Page 11, line 3, strike "(9)(b)" and substitute "(10)(b)".
49
50 Page 13, line 23, strike "COMMUNITIES;" and substitute "COMMUNITIES,
51 AND TO INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY OR ENTITIES THAT USED THE
52 GRANTS TO PROVIDE A SERVICE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY;".
53
54
1 Page 16, line 18, strike "COMMUNITIES;" and substitute "COMMUNITIES,
2 AND TO INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY OR ENTITIES THAT USED THE
3 GRANTS TO PROVIDE A SERVICE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY;".
4
5 Amendment No. 17, by Representative Bernett.
6
7 Amend printed bill, page 21, line 16, after "COUNT" insert "ENERGY
8 SAVINGS OR".
9
10 Page 21, line 20, strike "INCENTIVE" and substitute "INVESTMENT".
11
12 Page 24, line 11, after "COUNT" insert "ENERGY SAVINGS OR".
13
14 Page 24, line 15, strike "INCENTIVE" and substitute "INVESTMENT".
15
16 Page 26, line 10, after "COUNT" insert "ENERGY SAVINGS OR".
17
18 Page 26, line 14, strike "INCENTIVE" and substitute "INVESTMENT".
19
20 Page 29, line 11, after "COUNT" insert "ENERGY SAVINGS OR".
21
22 Page 29, line 15, strike "INCENTIVE" and substitute "INVESTMENT".
23
24 Page 32, line 10, after "COUNT" insert "ENERGY SAVINGS OR".
25
26 Page 32, line 14, strike "INCENTIVE" and substitute "INVESTMENT".
27
28 As amended, ordered engrossed and placed on the Calendar for Third
29 Reading and Final Passage.
30

Senate Journal, May 9
HB22-1362 by Representative(s) Bernett and Valdez A.; also Senator(s) Hansen and Winter--
Concerning the reduction of building greenhouse gas emissions, and, in connection
therewith, requiring the director of the Colorado energy office and the executive director of
the department of local affairs to appoint an energy code board that develops two model
codes, requiring local governments and certain state agencies to adopt and enforce codes
that are consistent with the model codes developed by the energy code board, creating the
building electrification for public buildings grant program, creating the high-efficiency
electric heating and appliances grant program, and establishing the clean air building
investments fund.

A majority of the those elected to the Senate having voted in the affirmative, Senator Winter
was given permission to offer a Third Reading amendment.


Amend revised bill, page 40, line 2, strike "IS NOT REQUIRED TO ADOPT" and
substitute "IS REQUIRED TO ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN ENERGY CODE THAT
ACHIEVES EQUIVALENT OR BETTER ENERGY PERFORMANCE THAN ONE OF THE
LAST THREE MOST RECENT EDITIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY
CONSERVATION CODE RATHER THAN".

The amendment was passed on the following roll call vote: