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  • Sudhir Jindal is a Professional Engineer and Plans Examiner for the State of Ohio with responsibilities of ensuring compliance with building codes and ordinances focused on energy efficiency with all buildings at the Ohio Department of Commerce, Division of Industrial Compliance.

    Mr. Jindal became an Energy Code Ambassador in late 2013....

    posted by Seul Rhee | February 24, 2015
  • Much of the success of advancing and promoting energy code adoption and implementation can be attributed to tireless work behind the scenes by people like our Energy Code Champions. For more than 20 years, David Weitz has contributed smart thought and energy efficiency leadership to developing technical best practices for building code design and building...

    posted by Seul Rhee | October 16, 2014
  • A bill (SB 2290) requiring the state building code to include provisions from the 2012 International Green Construction Code (IgCC) has proceeded to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means. These provisions may include advanced requirements for energy and water conservation, sustainable material selection, site design, and commissioning. The IgCC is a model code that is fully compatible with the latest editions of the...

    posted by Matt Kerns | May 11, 2012
  • BCAP is proud to announce Hamilton Davis, of the Costal Conservation League, as this quarter’s BCAP Energy Code Champion.  Hamilton’s tireless leadership in South Carolina drove the passage of the 2009 IECC this legislative session.

    As a member of the Public Utility Review Commission’s Energy Advisory Council, Hamilton was able to identify and make energy codes a priority of the advisory group.  The group, consisting of organizations like...

    posted by Matt Kerns | April 25, 2012
  • The Utah Legislature is being challenged by the state's homeowners who cannot see any good reason why Utah should be and has been behind the times in adopting a more recent energy code. 
    Although it has been already three years since the 2009 IECC became effective, Utah's residential buildings are still regulated by the 2006 IECC. In response, Rep. Fred Cox, R-West Valley City, is proposing in HB262 that the state adopt the 2009 International Building...
    posted by Seul Rhee | March 7, 2012
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