Fenestration: The 2008 update of California’s Building
Energy Standard (Title 24) approved the use of CMA to
determine energy-related performance ratings for site-built
fenestration in nonresidential buildings.
CMA, or “Component
Modeling Approach,” is a Product Certification Program from
the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) which
enables energy-related performance ratings for
nonresidential fenestration products.
CMAST or CMA Software
Tool, is NFRC approved software which allows a user to
create a fenestration product “virtually,” and generate its
energy-related performance ratings (U-Factor, SHGC, VT).
To learn more about CMA in
California, sign up for the free webinar below!
Certified Energy Analysts:
earn 2 Nonresidential Continuing Education Units (CEU's) for
attending this free webinar.
Title 24 2008 Webinar Slides
Presentation: this is a
copy of the PowerPoint presentation in PDF format.
CMA & CA Title 24 Webinar Slides_Jan10.pdf*
presentation has been updated as of 2/2010 to reflect that
the glazing product given during the
example section of this presentation (slide 19 onwards), was
tinted instead of clear.
Recording: this is a
copy of the webinar audio-video recording in .wmv format.
To watch the video first install the following before
clicking the link below:
Then click the recording:
CMA & CA Title 24 Webinar Recording_Jan10.wmv
Question & Answer:
this is a copy of the Q&A in PDF format.
CMA Title 24 Webinar QA_Jan10.pdf
CMA Title 24 Webinar QA_Dec09.pdf
Title 24 2008 Webinar Registration
December 3, 2009
or January 28, 2010
Dec. 3, 2009
Jan. 28, 2010
HMG does not
expect to conduct any future webinars.
For additional trainings, visit NFRC's website: