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Natural Resources Defense Council Blog: Energy Code Development Begins: Focus on Commercial
A summary of how key COMMERCIAL proposals fared at the Committee Action Hearing in Albuquerque, NM.
Natural Resources Defense Council BLOG: Energy Code Development Begins: Focus on Residential
A summary of the code development process, and how some key RESIDENTIAL proposals fared at the recent Committee Action Hearing in Albuquerque, NM.
Alliance To Save Energy Blog: Developing The New Building Energy Code To Advance Efficiency Is A Marathon, Not a Sprint… But We Are Off To A Good Start
A quick summary of the results from the first IECC code hearing in Albuquerque, NM (April 28-May 8, 2019).
CodeWatcher Article Part 4: Why Do Builder Associations Fight Energy Efficiency Improvements?
Americans want homes with permanent efficiency improvement … so why do builder associations fight them?
CodeWatcher Article Part 3: Low-Income Housing and the IECC
Why low-income housing advocates support strong energy codes that ensure efficient homes and multifamily buildings.
CodeWatcher Article Part 2: Bipartison Support of IECC
The second article of a 9-part series addresses why Republicans and Democrats Passed a Federal Law Embracing Improvements to Each IECC Update