10.10.2013 | NRDC
When you leave Atlantic City with more than you came with, you can count yourself lucky. This past week public officials at the International Code Council’s (ICC) Public Action Hearings held in Atlantic City voted on close to 100 proposed revisions to the residential building energy code. These officials not only rejected numerous attempts to decrease the efficiency of the code, but also approved the addition of a new method for meeting the code that will save homeowners money, improve code compliance, and pave the way for future energy efficiency improvements.
Read more at NRDC’s Switchboard blog.