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The Energy Code Voting Process Has Begun. Is Your City Ready?
This recap of the IECC code process is an important reminder: Understand the issues at stake and don’t forget to vote!
Electric Cars Are Here, So Why Are We Still Building Homes That Aren’t Ready for Charging Them?
The Alliance is advocating for a fix: adding a provision to the national model building code to require most new homes to include "EV ready" circuits.
2019 is the Year of Energy Codes
If there’s a defining theme for the building sector in 2019, it’s energy codes.
Will 2019 Be The Year Building Energy Codes Take The Next Leap Forward? We Hope So.
A blog post from the Alliance to Save Energy: 2019 is a critical year for moving energy efficiency standards forward!
Why the 2018 Building Energy Savings Code Is Fair to Solar Energy – and Good for Consumers
Some interest groups want to weaken the efficiency requirements for new homes if the houses also have solar energy, but fail to understand 3 things...
ARTICLE: Want Boston to be a Carbon-Neutral City? Raise Energy Efficiency Standards for Buildings
Building energy use accounts for 70% of Boston's carbon emissions. Energy codes can help the city reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.