Download the Energy Code for Free

Written by  //  October 5, 2010  //  Uncategorized  //  1 Comment

The folks at ICC have made the download of the IECC 2009 Energy Code available at no cost – yes that’s right – you can download it for free at www.iccsafe.org/FreeIECC.

The national model energy code of choice for states, cities and counties that adopt codes, the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) is referenced in federal law determined by Congress through the Energy Policy Act of 1992. It is the only energy code that serves as the basis for federal tax credits for energy-efficient homes, energy efficiency standards for federal residential buildings and manufactured housing, and state residential energy code determinations. The 2009 IECC is the target building energy code that all 50 Governors agreed to achieve compliance with under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

We’ve talked before how IECC 2009 compares with LEED for Homes, and this reference material being made available for free is a great tool for residential design and construction teams.

One Comment on "Download the Energy Code for Free"

  1. Mike June 20, 2011 at 4:23 pm ·

    The download is not free. The fact that no one has a copy has made it very difficult to begin following it, thus it was made free of charge—yet now, quickly they have removed the free offer. Looks like the green they are after is the one that takes a credit card.

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