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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
BLOG – Code Officials: Here’s Your Chance to Be a Climate Hero
A summary of the Public Comment Hearing happening in Las Vegas October 2019, and some important proposed updates to the 2021 IECC.
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.
*NEW* 5-minute video – how to register voters
Watch Boston City Councilor O'Malley register voters (before the September 23 deadline)!
KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM RECENT IECC CODE DEVELOPMENT HEARINGS
Following Committee Action Hearings, efficiency advocates are optimistic the stringency of the 2021 IECC will be vastly improved compared to 2018.
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.