This document examines the missing link between energy codes and building performance standards. It offers cities clear actions for smart regulation.
U.S. buildings can help us transition to renewable energy by becoming active participants in the grid rather than just passive consumers.
The International Code Council will soon release the highly efficient 2021 International Energy Conservation Code, but its democratic process is under threat.
This updated 2020 calculator is a tool for cities & states to estimate the energy and carbon savings of updating energy codes.
The history of modern building codes has largely been reactionary. With climate change upon us, we need to build codes for the future.
In the first part of this two-part series, we will discuss EECC’s near-term goals in its new home at IMT, and its role in the current socio-economic environment.
The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) assumes leadership of the Energy-Efficient Codes Coalition, a group committed to net-zero construction by 2050.
Learn how DC’s Building Energy Performance Standards for existing buildings overlaps with DC Energy Conservation Code for new buildings.
Quick summaries of DC energy code changes to help architects, engineers, and owners
Understand energy performance-related DC building codes.