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EECC’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
These answers to all Frequently Asked Questions describes the development/update process, critical deadlines and much more.
New York Times Op-Ed: An Important Vote for the Climate
Local officials across the country will have a chance to vote on new energy efficiency standards for buildings in November. But few tend to vote.
Article: The Green New Deal aims to get buildings off fossil fuels. These 6 places have already started.
Some cities are using energy standards and other approaches to reduce the 40 percent of greenhouse gases caused by powering buildings.
Boston City Councilman Offers 6-minute Video: “How to Join ICC” to Vote
This 6-minute video tutorial shows other jurisdiction how to Join the ICC and Register to Vote - featuring Boston City Councilor Matt O'Malley.
3 SIMPLE STEPS to Participating in the 2021 IECC Development Process
Three simple steps to help put America's model energy code on a glide path to Net Zero.
U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) Resolution Urges Local Governments to Vote to Improve the Energy Code
This USCM Resolution explains why mayors from around the nation must work together to put America's model energy code on a glide path to Net Zero.