The City Energy Project Assessment Methodology For Energy Code Compliance In Medium To Large Cities

The City Energy Project Assessment Methodology is designed to assist cities in identifying residential and commercial energy code compliance issues and help identify the areas they should focus on in order to improve their compliance rates. The methodology helps cities identify common areas of non-compliance as well as the causes of non-compliance. Compliance information collected as part of the study can also contribute to larger statewide compliance studies. Strategies to compliance are contained in the Establishing a Plan to Achieve Energy Code Compliance in Cities document. So far, 10 cities are using this methodology to cut energy waste, boost local economies, and reduce harmful pollution. The City Energy Project cities are: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Orlando, Philadelphia, and Salt Lake City.

Download the methodology and guide for free on IMT’s website.