Make your voice heard! Provide feedback on the proposed 2024 IECC by December 16, 2022 at midnight PST. Everyone is affected by and benefits from an updated residential energy code.
Market supports are critical for the building industry as jurisdictions implement new energy and carbon reduction targets. Ella Wetlesen and Cherylyn Kelley explore how High-Performance Building Hubs can be invaluable technical and compliance resources for codes experts.
This paper explores how new construction energy codes in several sample jurisdictions compare to existing or proposed building performance standard thresholds.
The White House and the federal agencies can lower residential energy costs by adopting the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code.
This graphic shows how a space built to a more efficient energy code increases comfort and results in lower energy bills for your home and business.
IMT insight into the buildings benchmarking portion of Massachusetts’ 2022 Climate and Clean Energy Bill
The Code Adoption Toolkit provides information to support adoption of energy efficienct building codes.
Cherylyn Kelly explains misconceptions around the costs of more efficient building codes.
Amy Boyce explains why codes matter to effective building performance policy for existing buildings.
An overview of the International Codes Council’s decision to end governmental voting on the model energy code.