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Current Code Development Cycle News
This link will take you to the ICC webpage for news about the current code development cycle.
Impacts of Model Building Energy Codes
This 2016 U.S. Dept of Energy-PNNL report provides an assessment of the prospective impacts of model energy codes from 2010 through 2040.
2015 IECC: Energy Savings Analysis
An analysis by the U.S. Dept of Energy-LBNL about the anticipated energy consumption differences resulting from the 2015 IECC and its predecessor.
Take a ride on the energy slide with building codes
A 2016 blog about the impact of energy code updates on energy consumption over time.
Energy and Energy Cost Savings Analysis of the 2015 IECC for Commercial Buildings
A U.S. Dept of Energy assessment as to whether new commercial buildings constructed to the 2015 IECC save energy and costs as compared to the 2012.
New Home Cost vs. Price Study
A study that examined the relationship between construction costs and housing prices for 20,000 homes (mostly in California) between 2012-2014.