10.09.2013  |  E&E News/Greenwire

Energy efficiency advocates are applauding the defeat of building-industry-proposed changes to the International Energy Conservation Code for residential buildings.

At a meeting in Atlantic City, N.J., this week, state and local energy officials voted down several dozen proposals that would have made a range of efficiency changes to the IECC’s new model requirements for 2015, according to Bill Fay, executive director of the Energy Efficient Codes Coalition…

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