2018 Energy Code Vote NOW For Energy Efficiency


2018 Energy Code Vote: Even if you voted in the Public Comment Hearings in Kansas City, Governmental Member Voting Representatives must visit www.cdpACCESS.com, log in with your “My ICC” email and password, and vote again. Hearings Votes Only Set the Ballot!  YOUR vote may NOT be heard! Vote now!


Construction Industry Members2018 Energy Code Vote Now Through November 21

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2018 Energy Code Vote Now Through November 21Municipal, County and State Employees


Vote Now for the 2018 Energy Code

ICC’s Online 2018 Energy Code Vote Window

Now Through November 22 ONLY !

 

 


2018 Energy Code EASY Voter Guides Here:

 

2018 Energy Code Vote Now Through November 21

Click Here for the Top Six Votes Up and Down in both Residential and Commercial 2018 Codes

You can impact national energy policy in 15 minutes or less – Click Here for the Top 27 Most Critical Energy Efficiency proposals

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Even if you voted in the Public Comment Hearings in Kansas City, Governmental Member Voting Representatives must visit www.cdpACCESS.com, log in with your “My ICC” email and password, and vote again. Or, YOUR vote may NOT be heard!


Improving the Efficiency of the 2018 IECC Requires Your 2018 Energy Code Vote.  Vote Now for the 2018 Energy Code. There Are Few Key Proposals on International Code Council’s Ballot that Will Boost Efficiency, and Nearly All of Them Will Require 2/3 Majorities to Make It into the 2018 Update of America’s Model Energy Code. That means YOUR vote!

The Most Significant Residential Proposal – RE179 “Builder Flex Points” – Will Achieve the Modest 5% Efficiency Gain Endorsed by the US Conference of Mayors.  A similar proposal – CE43 – Will Achieve the Same Efficiency Boost for Commercial Buildings

Reject Costly “Efficiency Rollbacks.” Vote Now for the 2018 Energy Code.While Supportive Voters at the ICC’s Public Comment Hearing Opposed the Efficiency Rollback and Trade-Off Proposals, That Only Set the Proposal Up For the Online Ballot: Now the Only Vote That Counts Is Your Official Online Vote in November.  The Power Is in Your Hands to Vote to Keep Rollbacks and Efficiency Trade-Offs Out of the 2018 IECC.

We’re Making a Pro-Efficiency 2018 Energy Code Vote Easy – You Can Influence National Energy Policy with as Little as 15 Minutes.  Vote Now for the 2018 Energy Code. EECC’s Online Voting Guide – Endorsed by the US Conference of Mayors – Uses a Simple Yardstick.  If Proposals Boosts Efficiency Using Readily Available Technology, We’ll Recommend Its Adoption.  If It Rolls Back or Trades Away Efficiency Gains, We’ll Urge Its Rejection.

DOE — Energy Codes Are Important

According to DOE…”The benefits resulting from building energy codes are expected to grow substantially in the coming years. Projected energy savings attributed to building energy codes total nearly 46 quads of full-fuel-cycle energy cumulatively by 2040, which is equivalent to almost an entire year’s worth of primary energy consumption from the U.S. residential and commercial sectors at current consumption rates. ”


2018 Energy Code Vote: Even if you voted in the Public Comment Hearings in Kansas City, Governmental Member Voting Representatives must visit www.cdpACCESS.com, log in with your “My ICC” email and password, and vote again. Or, YOUR vote may NOT be heard!