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GETTING STARTED

Get started in the energy codes world with information on stakeholders, the numerous benefits of energy efficient construction, the history of codes in the United States, the fundamentals of how codes work, and much more.

CODE STATUS MAPS

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New feature: View all state commercial and residential codes as a table.

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CONSUMER PORTAL

Your guide to residential energy codes, co-hosted by Consumers Union.

BEYOND CODE

Standards and regulations that go beyond minimum requirements.

EXISTING BUILDINGS

Energy code concerns in existing buildings.

POLICY ACTION TOOLKIT

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FEATURED RESOURCE

Appraisal guidance letters for builders, buyers, lenders, and realtors

While location, design, and price are a home buyer’s main considerations, surveys show that buyers rank energy efficiency as one of the most desirable features, and importantly, when there is sufficient energy savings – one they’re willing to pay more for.

FEATURED NEWS

Cities Cracking Down on Climate Law-Breakers

BCAP President Maureen Guttman is quoted in Inside Climate News’ article on how cities are tightening building codes and pressuring owners to translate climate goals into energy efficiency and savings.

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