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.
In this Q&A, IMT’s new Associate Director for Codes and Technical Strategy reflects on building codes and climate change.
Approved proposals will bring an estimated 10% or more efficiency improvement for both residential and commercial buildings.
Five recommendations for Government Voting Representatives participating in the 2021 IECC vote.
Stronger energy codes and more widespread code compliance can help change the tide on energy affordability.
This guide is designed to assist city leadership and their building departments in working together to implement an effective strategy to achieve high levels of energy code compliance for new and renovated buildings.
This fact sheet highlights the benefits of performing a code compliance assessment, as well as describes the four-phases of the assessment methodology for code compliance.
These data collection forms can be used in support of the Assessment Methodology for Code Compliance in Medium to Large Cities guide, and are intended for use by evaluators to gather the appropriate information on energy code compliance.