Energy Efficient Building Codes Group
Village, County, and Energy Code Champion Recognized for Successful Code Compliance Strategies
The Excellence in Energy Code Compliance Award distinguishes jurisdictions that are using cost-effective code-compliance strategies that have achieved energy code compliance and energy reduction. Energy code compliance refers to whether a building meets the provision of the energy code during design and construction phases.
IMT will be soliciting applications for the 2013 Award in June. Mark your calendars now, or visit imt.org and sign up for the IMT newsletter to stay informed.
IMT congratulates the winners of the 2012 Awards. Read about them below.
This Vision for the National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency establishes a goal of achieving all cost-effective energy efficiency by 2025; presents ten implementation goals for the states, utilities, and other stakeholders to consider to achieve this goal; describes what 2025 might look like if the goal is achieved; and provides a means for measuring progress. It is a framework for implementing the five policy recommendations of the Action Plan, announced in July 2006, which can be modified and improved over time.
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