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.
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...
Local Governments Have the Power to Move National Energy Codes Forward
This 1-page (2-sided) fact sheet provides an overview of how local governments can improve America's model energy code this year (2019).
EECC’s Official Voting Guide: Coming November 2019
To make voting as quick and easy as possible, EECC’s forthcoming Voting Guide will help you identify the most important proposed changes to the IECC
Code Officials Fact Sheet and Checklist
A two-page resource for local building department staff with quick info on the benefits and critical deadlines for updating the 2021 IECC.
ICC Official Code Development Policy
ICC's official Rules of Procedure for development and maintenance of the International Codes (I-codes).
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.