Who should be reviewing the permit application for a residential energy storage system?
Permit applications are on the rise for residential energy storage systems in jurisdictions across the country. In some cases, building departments are seeing these systems for the first time. The permitting and inspection of an energy storage system extends beyond just the National Electrical Code® (NEC). The permit application should be reviewed by the wiring or electrical inspector and also inspectors for building and fire code compliance.
- Hear Chief Michael O’Brian, Brighton Area Fire Authority, answer this question in a recorded webinar about what impacts the safety of ESS.
- Download a guide to multiple codes related to ESS Guide: Energy Storage Systems: Based on the IBC®, IFC®, IRC® and NEC®
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