Energy codes can transform our future.

The Energy-Efficient Codes Coalition (EECC) is dedicated to the improvement of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), the model energy code in the US, and advocates for its adoption in states and local jurisdictions throughout the country.
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Since 2006, the IECC has had a more than 40% increase in energy efficiency.

Infographic: How Codes Affect You

This graphic shows how a space built to a more efficient energy code increases comfort and results in lower energy bills for your home and business.

How Energy Codes Affect You

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    Blog: How the Federal Government Can Reduce Home Energy Costs (Aug 2022)

    The White House and the federal agencies can lower residential energy costs by adopting the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code.

    Reports
    ICF Insulation Industry Opportunity Study

    ICF was commissioned to assess the state- and national-level energy and emissions impacts and economic benefits that could accrue over from the installation of code-compliant insulation in the residential, commercial, and industrial building sectors.

    Reports
    ICF Insulation Industry Opportunity Study: Executive Summary

    Insulation is a cost-effective, easy-to-install product that can deliver energy savings for the life of the building. With building operations accounting for 30 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, installing air sealing and insulation is the first, best step toward decarbonizing the U.S. building sector.