We hope these ready-made resources from EECC and its partners help you convince others that voting on the 2021 IECC is a critical step that can help move our country forward. If you need something that’s not here, please ask us — we will try our best to get you what you need.


Following Committee Action Hearings, efficiency advocates are optimistic the stringency of the 2021 IECC will be vastly improved compared to 2018.

June 14, 2019, News and Opinions, by Eric Makela, New Buildings Institute

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You Can’t Meet Energy and Climate Goals Without Building Efficiency

National League of Cities blog about a national policy that is largely in cities’ hands; how cities vote will have major climate impacts.

June 13, 2019, News and Opinions, by ill Fay, Coalition Director, Energy Efficient Codes Coalition

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Review and Analysis of Equipment Trade-offs in Residential Energy Codes

This analysis shows that proposed equipment trade-offs are not 'energy neutral' and would increase homeowner energy bills significantly.

June 12, 2019, Fact Sheets, by ICF International


Voter Validation Process FAQs

This link will take you to the ICC's FAQs on the Voter Validation Process.

June 10, 2019, Fact Sheets, by ICC


Article: Can These Electric Vehicle Codes Lead to Grid Benefits?

New codes requiring electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure in commercial buildings passed an important hurdle which could boost EV use and benefits.

June 10, 2019, News and Opinions, by Lisa Cohn, Microgrid Knowledge

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How to Become and/or Validate GMVR

Governmental Voting Representatives (GMVRs) must be validated each calendar year in order to vote on code update proposals. This ICC doc explains how.

June 10, 2019, Fact Sheets, by ICC


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