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News release (12/20/2019): Building Code to Make New Homes and Buildings More Energy Efficient
ACEEE's summary of the preliminary results of 2021 IECC voting. A new year's gift to Americans.
Energy Efficiency Wins Improvements to the Model Energy Code
The 2021 IECC, is a huge gain for efficiency and a big step toward putting our nation's model energy code on a path to Net Zero energy buildings.
*NEW NYT article
Secret Deal Helped Housing Industry Stop Tougher Rules on Climate Change
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.
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.