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The 2021 IECC’s Circuitous Path to Conclusion
The 2021 Energy Conservation Code took a diversion between the online governmental consensus vote (OGCV) and New Edition Published.
Elevating the Energy Code: Why You Should Care
Amy Boyce's latest blog for IMT discusses EECC’s near-term goals in its new home at IMT, and its role in the current socio-economic environment.
(BLOG July 2020) EECC’s Opening Chapter: 12 Years At The Alliance & An Almost 50% Boost In Building Energy Efficiency
EECC Coalition Director Bill Fay reflects on 12 years of work as part of The Alliance to Save Energy
BLOG (April 2020) States, cities get big opportunity to cut carbon emissions with new building code
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy describes the benefits and status of the forthcoming 2021 IECC.
BLOG (April 2020): The 2021 Energy code is final and more efficient than ever
Read about the final results released this week by the ICC Board of Directors, the process, the opposition, and more.
BLOG (March 2020): Improved Building Energy Model Code Challenged
Energy-efficiency opponents are challenging the results of the ICC voting, which would boost new residential and commercial building efficiency 10%.