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*New* U.S. Conference of Mayors unanimously adopts resolution urging local governments to vote

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.

September 17, 2019, Fact Sheets, by USCM


Review & 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.

September 1, 2019, Reports, by ICF International

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ICC Public Comment Hearing schedule

The ICC Public Comment Hearing schedule shows that IECC proposals will be discussed beginning Saturday Oct 26 and going through Wednesday Oct 30.

August 27, 2019, News and Opinions, by ICC

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*NEW* 5-minute video – how to register voters

Watch Boston City Councilor O'Malley register voters (before the September 23 deadline)!

August 7, 2019, News and Opinions, by Boston City Councilor Matt O'Malley, Massachusetts Climate Action Network, Sierra Club Massachusetts, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, and Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership

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EECC’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) – Code Cycle B and the 2021 IECC

These answers to all Frequently Asked Questions describes the development/update process, critical deadlines and more.

July 30, 2019, Fact Sheets, by EECC


Fact Sheet: EV-ready proposal for 2021 IECC

EECC's proposed RE146 for electric vehicle-ready parking spaces would meet homeowner needs, lower energy use, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

July 1, 2019, Fact Sheets, by EECC


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