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BLOG: [How to] Vote to Improve the Energy Code, Save the Planet
How to Vote online to determine which proposals make the cut and become a part of the nation’s next model energy code.
EECC Top Priority Voting Guide
EECC's time-saving IECC Voting Guide of the biggest impact proposals that need your votes.
Detailed EECC Online Voting Guide (COMMERCIAL)
EECC's recommendations on how to vote on all the key COMMERCIAL energy efficiency proposals that EECC reviewed and analyzed,
Detailed EECC Online Voting Guide (RESIDENTIAL)
EECC's recommendations on how to vote on all the key RESIDENTIAL energy efficiency proposals that EECC reviewed and analyzed,
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Secret Deal Helped Housing Industry Stop Tougher Rules on Climate Change
Metropolitan Mayors Caucus Takes Action on Energy Efficiency Codes
The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus Environment Committee Chairman, City of Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns, testified to improve energy efficiency building codes