Rulemaking to amend the Appliance Efficiency Regulations (Title 20, §1601-1607) to: 1) repeal the self-contained lighting control requirements; 2) provide updates to reflect current federal law; 3) remove the outdated minimum lumen output requirement for portable luminaires; and 4) modify data submittal requirements for certain appliances. The proposed regulations will eliminate duplicative and outdated information and enhance the clarity and regulatory certainty of the regulations. The proposal would repeal the self-contained lighting requirements as these requirements have been moved to the 2019 Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24) effective January 1, 2020. As such, the requirements in the Appliance Efficiency Regulations for this appliance type are duplicative and unnecessary. The California Energy Commission (CEC) is also providing updates to reflect current federal laws. The Appliance Efficiency Regulations are designed to provide manufacturers, retailers, and consumers of appliances with a clear and comprehensive set of both federal and state regulations in a single location. These updates will ensure the Appliance Efficiency Regulations will reflect current federal law, providing clarity and regulatory certainty to regulated parties. Third, the modifications to data submittal requirements for certain appliances will ensure that manufacturers can properly certify to the CEC Modernized Appliance Efficiency Database System (MAEDbS) that their regulated products are compliant with the most current energy performance standards and testing requirements. Finally, the removal of the outdated minimum lumen output requirement for portable luminaires will allow manufacturers to design portable luminaries that provide less than 200 lumens, if desired, leading to better product availability for consumers. The CEC is also proposing to make non-substantive numbering, ordering, crossreference, and grammatical changes to Title 20 to effectively communicate the regulation in a precise and clear manner.