We hope these ready-made resources from EECC and its partners help you convince others that voting on the 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.

BLOG (March 2020): Improved Building Energy Model Code Challenged

Energy-efficiency opponents are challenging the results of the ICC voting, which would boost new residential and commercial building efficiency 10%.

April 9, 2020, News and Opinions, by NRDC

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Local Governments Vote Resoundingly for Improved National Energy Codes (12/20/2019)

Local governments and related agencies vote resoundingly in favor of improved efficiency in national energy codes with an estimated increase of 10%+.

January 3, 2020, News and Opinions, by New Buildings Institute

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Blog (12/20/2019): A Better Energy Code Is a Holiday Gift for the Planet

The people have spoken: the 2021 building energy code will be the best one yet, and perhaps the biggest energy efficiency gains in at least a decade.

January 3, 2020, News and Opinions, by Lauren Urbanek, Senior Energy Policy Advocate, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

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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.

December 24, 2019, News and Opinions, by Southwest Energy Efficiency Project

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EECC Top Priority 2019 Voting Guide

EECC's time-saving IECC Voting Guide of the biggest impact proposals that need your votes.

November 13, 2019, Voting Guide, by EECC


Detailed EECC Online 2019 Voting Guide (COMMERCIAL)

EECC's recommendations on how to vote on all the key COMMERCIAL energy efficiency proposals that EECC reviewed and analyzed,

November 8, 2019, Voting Guide, by EECC


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