The Code Adoption Toolkit is intended to encourage and support those interested in energy code adoption. Whether you are just starting out, creating your plan to actively participate, or seeking more information to become an expert, the Toolkit can help.
This fact sheet produced by ACEEE details why HUD's proposal to update the referenced energy codes to the 2021 IECC/ASHRAE 90.1-2019 is so important.
IMT's Cherylyn Kelley explores why the HUD proposal to reference the 2021 IECC is such a Big Deal.
Recommendations regarding select public comments submitted on the 2024 IECC Residential draft during the first public comment period in Fall 2022.
Highlights on energy code adoption and development in 2022, and a preview of what's to come in 2023.
This letter and sign-on form requests that the Residential 2024 IECC Consensus Committee reject any rollbacks that weaken any aspect of the code with respect to the 2021 version, which was decided via the governmental consensus process.
The first public comment draft of the 2024 Residential IECC is now available - this is your chance to make your voice heard.
This document is list of significant changes approved by the Residential Consensus Committee for inclusion in the 2024 IECC Public Comment Draft #1.
ICF was commissioned to assess the state- and national-level energy and emissions impacts and economic benefits that could accrue over from the installation of code-compliant insulation in the residential, commercial, and industrial building sectors.
Insulation is a cost-effective, easy-to-install product that can deliver energy savings for the life of the building. With building operations accounting for 30 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, installing air sealing and insulation is the first, best step toward decarbonizing the U.S. building sector.